Research papers report findings with the aim to disseminate research and provide the basis for continued research.
Research results are published in articles, research papers, theses, conference proceedings, books, etc.
All academic texts are reviewed. The type of review or audit texts are subjected to is decisive for their quality and reliability. Texts that have been peer-reviewed prior to publication carry greater scientific weight than those not undergoing such examination.
The type of publication one chooses to present research results varies between disciplines. Within science, technology and medicine, scientific papers are the main means of publishing new results. Within humanities and social sciences, it is also common to publish in books and reports.
SwePub makes it possible to search among articles, conference papers, dissertations etc. published at Swedish universities and authorities. Use SwePub for an overview of what is published in your research area.
Research publications and theses produced at Örebro University can be ordered in printed form from the university's Printing Office (Repro).