Umeå University promotes making all published research outputs free of all restrictions on
access as far as possible. This according to the 2013 Berlin Declaration on Open Access
signed by the Association of Swedish Higher Education and concordant to the requirements
placed by the Swedish Research Council and other research funding bodies
These procedures have two purposes. The first is to determine how to organise proactive work to promote good research practice and high-quality research at Umeå University. The second is to define procedures for addressing suspected research misconduct and deviations from good research practice and that these procedures are applied in a clear, uniform, transparent and legally sound manner in accordance with current legislation. This document is primarily for staff working with these questions at Umeå University and individuals impacted by these procedures.
Type of document: Rule
Office in charge: Research Support and Collaboration Office
Reg. no.: FS 1.1-2282-21
Validity: 1 July 2022 until further notice
Approved by: Vice-Chancellor
Date of approval: 2022-07-01
Replaces document: Procedures – supporting good research practice and handling suspected deviations 2021 (FS 1.1.2282-21)
This policy describes responsibilities and provides guidance on how Umeå University is to manage and preserve research data during the entire course of a research project from the planning stage, during the project and after the end of the project.
Umeå University's vision of having a strong position, internationally, nationally and regionally, presupposes that the university is an actor to be reckoned with in the European arena and has a significant share of funds from the EU. The purpose of this document is to identify and propose activities so that the goal of increased research funding from the EU can be reached.
Type of document: Plan
Office in charge: The Research Support and Collaboration Office