About Cherry Repository
CHERRY, ie CHEmistry RepositoRY is a joint digital repository of the all departments in University of Belgrade - Faculty of Chemistry.
The aim of the repository is to provide open access to publications, as well as to other results produced within the framework of projects carried out at the Faculty of Chemistry in order to increase visibility and citation.
The platform is made by the open source software DSpace, provided by the Belgrade University Computer Centre (RCUB). DSpace is adapted to the modern standards applied in the dissemination of scientific publications (compatibile with the European Commission's requirements for open access to publications, dissemination through OpenAire, BASE, CORE, Google Scholar, etc.; integrated ORCID identifiers).
- User Guide
- An external application for reviewing all author names with ORCID:
- An external application for viewing publications mentioned on Twitter, Facebook, in other social networks, public policies, patents, news and blogs worldwide:
In this way, Cherry is linked to the data collected by altmetric.com, and in addition to an external application, this data can be seen next to any publication when it is available.
Frequently asked questions and answers
Who is the Cherry intended for?
All professors and researchers who publish scientific papers with affiliation University of Belgrade - Faculty of Chemistry and Innovation Center.
To what extent the papers are accessible?
All papers which are deposited in the Cherry repository are publicly available and visible to all users up to the level of abstracts and keywords. For Open Access publications, full text is publicly available, while only the professors and researchers of the Faculty of Chemistry and the Innovation Center can see the full text for all other content.
How do I become a registered user?
Registered users are professors and researchers at the Faculty of Chemistry and Innovation Center. Registration is done by completing the form, where it is necessary to enter an institutional email (suffix - @ chem.bg.ac.rs). Immediately after registration, the administrator will assign you the appropriate authority, which means that you will be able to deposit your work and access content that is not publicly available.
How do I find my scientific papers?
Through the search by the names and surnames of the author. When you find your name under which you have published the papers, make sure they are all numbered. If you notice that some work is missing, set it as instructed.
How do I correct errors in existing records or add some more data?
Interventions on existing records can only be performed by an administrator. If you have noticed an error or would like to supplement the information, send a message to the librarian at the address.
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