LUCRIS consists of a number of modules. To make Lund University's research as visible as possible, all added information can be linked together to display the whole context. On this page you will find an introduction on how to use LUCRIS.
How to use LUCRIS
You access LUCRIS by logging into the database with your Lucat ID. When logged in, you can enter information into the various modules.
What to enter
In general, you should only add information that has a connection to your research. Exceptions can be information you add to your profile to later on use in a CV, such as previous employments and previous research output.
Researchers has to enter most of the information themselves in their profile. Information such as externally funded contracts (Awards) and new publications indexed in Scopus, are handled by administrators.
Visibility in the Research Portal
Most of the information added to LUCRIS becomes visible in the Lund University Research Portal. Exceptions to this are detailed information regarding externally funded contracts (Awards) and information or files that have actively been given limited visibility and access. The visibility settings can be changed in LUCRIS.
Responsibility to add information
As a researcher, you are generally responsible for keeping your LUCRIS profile in order and up-to-date, and for entering additional information in the modules that show your research. The faculties have varying requirements and recommendations regarding this, so be sure to check what your faculty requires. However, there is functionality in LUCRIS that allows someone else to enter information for you.
You can give someone else in your organization access to change your information in LUCRIS, such as an administrator or a colleague. This is done by adding someone as a "trusted user" in your personal settings. Remember to always ask the person you want to add, and to agree on what is to be added or changed.
If you have questions contact the LUCRIS support!