Griffith University's research publication highlights
Griffith Research Online
Griffith Research Online is Griffith University's institutional repository for published research material.The aim of the repository is to make important research available to the widest possible audience.
Wherever possible, subject to author contributions and copyright constraints, it contains the full text of articles, conference papers, book chapters and other published written material.
2013 Collection - Now Open!
The Higher Education Research Data Collection for 2013 research publications is now open!
For the purposes of external and internal funding formulae, income and publications can only be considered if they fall within the definition of 'Research' as provided by the Commonwealth Department of Innovation, Industry, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education. For full details refer to the 2013 Higher Education Research Data Collection - Specifications document available from the DIICCSRTE website.
Published outputs of research are important records of research activity and are used by the government and the University to measure the intensity and quality of research performance at Griffith.
The University holds a database of all research publications and creative arts outputs produced by its academic staff and research students. As part of the annual Department of Innovation, Industry, Science, Research and Tertiary Education HERDC, the University is required to report on all research publications published by staff and students within a calendar year.
The HERDC categories include authored books (A1), book chapters (B1), refereed journal articles (C1), refereed conference papers (E1) and other research publication categories eligible for the Excellence in Research for Australia exercise.
The collection of research publications is important for a number of reasons:
- DIISRTE uses it to help calculate central performance-based funding allocations
- The University uses it to allocate research-related funds to Faculties and Schools
- It helps to build reliable staff research and scholarship profiles and areas of expertise
- It enables staff to maintain a dynamic bibliography of their work and enhances the University collection
- It informs our annual research reports and research performance profile
For information regarding the research performance component of the academic staff review:
Publications and outputs
More information on the range of publication types and outputs, citation analysis and journal rankings.
Library Support for Research
The Library Support for Research has an extensive range of information and resources for research staff, postgraduate students or early career and experienced researchers.