Each year, the Ministry of Education and Culture collects data on the publishing activities of the university staff. The data is reported as part of the UAS data collection process to the Ministry. The number of staff publications is part of the UAS's performance, so it is important that all professional and scientific publications made by staff are reported. Artistic activities, for example theatre or musical performances, are also part of data collection, as are invention and patent declarations and the development of various software and computer solutions.
Everyone must take care of reporting their own publications to the publication data collection. Information disclosure is done by means of a form where the required information is entered. In the case of a written publication, it must also be submitted to the Centria Library for data storage and verification.
Justus, a publishing data storage service, is used, where the publication author enters the document's data directly into the system. Accepted publication information can be seen later in the publication information service Juuli.
Publication data collection follows criteria for publication types as defined by the Ministry of Education and Culture. Publication is a general term used for different types of professional or scientific activity outputs. It therefore does not only refer to written articles or books.
For example, the publication may be:
The publication must meet the following criteria: