Adding activities to ACRIS
- Choose green Add Content button from top right when you are logged in to https://acris.aalto.fi
- Select the appropriate template for your activity, e.g, publication peer-review, see examples in Activity types in ACRIS
- Change of template can be done from Change template option located top right
- Mandatory fields are marked with a red *
- In case of conference activities, event (=conference) relation is required. Select Add event, and either link to a conference or create a new event using the Create new function.
- Link the activity to your ACRIS profile from the Persons function
- Use your department as the Managing organizational unit
- In the Keywords section, International activity and Country are mandatory in Visiting an external organisation and Hosting a visitor activity types.
- In the Keywords section, you can tag open science keywords to your activity to describe what kind of open science related activities are involved.
- Aalto infrastructure relations to activities as well as research outputs and datasets are important. A good way to ensure infrastructure linkage is to acknowledge the infrastructure in the publication. More information: Research infrastructures in ACRIS.
Adding Short group visit activity to ACRIS
See the PDF: Adding Short group visit activity to ACRIS
Changes in Activity Categories in 2022
Activity categories were updated in 2022. Subcategories that researchers had requested were added, and activities were updated based on TENK’s CV model. Some subcategories were outdated and they were removed.
The concrete changes are described in the file attached.
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This page compiles all ACRIS instructions. ACRIS, Aalto Current Research Information System, is the research information management system of Aalto University. Information is displayed in the public portal Research.aalto.fi.
Aalto Current Research Information System (ACRIS) is Aalto University’s research information management system. The system contains up-to-date information about the research and artistic activities of the university. These activities are shown through the public portal Research.aalto.fi.