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Search for publications
The search bar on the home page allows you to search:
- In all fields
- The title, abstract and keywords
- Among the authors and contributors
You can then filter the results in the sidebar that appears on the left.
The databases allow you to browse:
- The list of document types and their associated publications
- The list of disciplines and their associated publications
Predefined searches allow you to access:
- The complete list of references
- The list of references with an Open Access full text
- The list of recently added references
Whatever the type of search you use, you can always refine your results via the list in the sidebar.
The ORBi user can read, download, copy, distribute and print the work as long as he/she agrees:
- To indicate, in any quotation, the source of the work and the name(s) of the author(s)
- Not to modify, transform or adapt the work without explicit authorisation from the author
- Not to use the work for commercial purposes
- Not to use the work in such a way as to harm its exploitation in other forms
And the copyright?
Contrary to popular belief, Open Access to documents does not change the rights that an author has over their publication. It is therefore not possible to do whatever you want with Open Access documents.
If the file is licenced under Creative Commons
The user of ORBi must comply with the conditions prescribed by the CC license under which the document is published. LEARN +
If the file is not available in Open Access
Restricted documents are only accessible to identified UMONS staff members. The documents in private access are visible and accessible only to the authors and co-authors of the reference and cannot be used by third parties.
View the statistics
It is possible to view and download (CSV, JPEG, PDF...) different statistics on ORBi.
On the one hand, global statistics:
- ORBi usage (number of downloads, number of views, origin of ORBi visitors)
- ORBi content (evolution of the submissions by year, percentage of documents with Open Access and full text, types of documents, fields)
- Top 20 on ORBi (Most viewed/downloaded references and authors, journals with the most submissions)
But also statistics by reference:
- Downloads/views by country
- Number of downloads and views
- Origin of visitors
- Number of citations from different sources (Scopus, Dimensions, Crossref)
Check the researchers' profiles
The UMONS researchers' profiles on ORBi are accessible to everybody via the detailed references of publications by clicking on the UMONS icon next to the author's name.
In addition to the basic information, a profile can contain:
- ORCID of the researcher
- Links to Google Scholar, Scopus, Twitter…
- The link to their contact data in the UMONS directory
- Information related to their publications on ORBi:
- UMONS Research Institutes and Laboratories
- main research fields
- keywords used in the publications
- main UMONS co-authors