At a time when the COVID-19 outbreak means considerable disruptions to the educational operations of our members and more and more teaching moves online, UArctic and its partners are working to collect openly available learning resources to be used as needed by the circumpolar higher education community.
The UArctic Research Infrastructure Catalogue is an free on-line database for searching and identifying research infrastructures and facilities located at and operated by the UArctic member institutions, available for external users.
The UArctic Research Infrastructure Catalogue features include:
- Worldwide search and identification of research infrastructures and facilities located at and operated by UArctic member institutions
- Increased awareness of the international research community and other stakeholders about research infrastructures
- Research collaboration possibilities
- Efficient use of research infrastructures and facilities
For a list of similar research infrastructure catalogues, databases or listings maintained by other organizations, see this page.
The Research Analytics Task Force has produced four publications, together with leading partners from the scientific publishing industry including Digital Science, ÜberResearch, Altmetric, and Elsevier's Research Intelligence).
- International Arctic Research - Analyzing Global Funding Trends (A Pilot Report)
- Arctic Altmetrics: Alternative Perspectives on the Impact of Arctic Research
- Arctic Research Publications: Scholarly Output Trends Using the Russian Index of Scientific Citations
- Arctic Research Publication Trends: A Pilot Study
UArctic Snowy OWL Talks, videos based on public presentations by inspirational leaders, expect to serve as general information as well as supplementary course material for students studying in or about the North.
The report "Scientific Cooperation within the Arctic: Understanding the Bottlenecks in Cross-Border Research" highlights some of the bottlenecks that researchers face when conducting cross-border research around the Arctic.