Publications database is a database which has been developed since 2007 with the aim to systematically register scientific publications of the University. The database allows a versatile search for, access to and dissemination of scientific publications as well as provides reports necessary for the evaluation and accounting of research activities.
Reports. Reports and lists of scientifie production in VMU CRIS can be created by a registered user who has rights to use the Reports subsystem.
Registration of Publications
Printed publications or their copies can be submitted in the library (address K. Donelaičio g. 52–220, the responsible person Daiva Jocienė, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. (8 37) 327864, local tel. 5411). There is no need to submit publications printed in the University.
In order to register a publication, the following information should be submitted:
For the registration of a book – the copies of the title page from both sides, the table of contents and metrics; for the registration of a part of a book – the copies of the title page from both sides, the table of contents and the first and the last pages of the part of the book of the publication in which a part of the book is published; for the registration of an article – the copies of the title page from both sides, the table of contents of the journal or conference materials and the whole article; for the registration of an art publication – event programme in which the artist or creator registering the publication is indicated.
Copies must include information about the intellectual property of the publication, ISBN/ISSN/DOI, publication data, and other relevant information about the publication.
In addition, it is necessary to indicate the following: research field;type of publication; databases where the publication is indexed (if available); keywords in English and Lithuanian (if they are not introduced in the publication).
The University publishes 22 scientific, peer-reviewed journals. (7 – humanities sciences, 12 – social sciences, 1 – agriculture sciences, 2 – technological sciences). 14 peer-reviewed journals are published in collaboration with other institutions.
VMU e-Publication Repository is the infrastructure of services and means designed for the accumulation and management of scientific publications created by the members of the University community. The main purpose of this repository is to organize access to scientific research of the University, and to ensure the dissemination and long-term retain of research records. VMU e-Publication Repository is registered in the registers of open access repositories ROAR and OpenDOAR, it is compatible with Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe OpenAIRE.