Search in DiVA
In the university's DiVA you will find thesis, publications and more from the university's researchers, as well as student theses and other digital collections. There is also a national portal where you can search for outputs from researchers at the around 50 higher education institutions and government agencies that use DiVA.
Register your publications in DiVA
The University Library continuously imports new publications with a UB affiliation from the databases Web of Science and Scopus to DiVA. As an author, you don't need to register these. However, you still need to register publications and other outputs that aren't listed in those databases.
- Simplified registration in DiVA — Use this form and the library will register your output for you.
- Log in and register your output in DiVA — This is where you can do the registration yourself
- Instructions for registering publications in DiVA
- Allocation of Responsibilities in DiVA
About DiVA Registration
All University of Borås staff should register their publications in DiVA. See the university's guidelines for publication. DiVA us used to publish research publications, artistic works and other digital collections. If it isn't possible to publish the full text of your manuscript you should still register it in the system. This will become a reference post linked to the publication.
Student theses and degree work at the University of Borås are archived in DiVA by academy administrators. They are published in full where the authors have given permission. Students use the Services portal to submit works.
The contents of DiVA are accessible to search engines such as Google and Google Scholar. The university also uses it to deliver metadata to Swepub which is a national search service for academic publications at Swedish universities.
The library offers a service where you can use a form to send us your scientific output. We then complete the full DiVA registration for you. If you prefer to do it yourself, you can log in to DiVA and register your outputs there.
If you are new at the university and have publications in DiVA at another Swedish university you can find more information on what to do here: Instructions on how to register publications in DiVA.
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