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New Pure support

03 August 2017

Following the new website for the University Library and the new look for the University of Groningen website, as of Thursday 3 Augustus 2017 Pure Support (rug.nl/pure) also has a new look.

What's changed?

The homepage of Pure support has stayed the same, giving you quick access to Pure as well as the ‘Deposit your article’ form. The rest of Pure support has been strongly simplified, resulting in a shorter menu and making it easier to find the information you are looking for.

The new Pure support consists of five parts:

  • Add research content (publications, activities, etc.)
    More information about what research content can be added (where) in Pure, as well as information about how to do this.
  • Showcase your research (personal research page)
    Which information is shown where, on the University of Groningen research database, and how and where you can maintain this data is explained in this part of Pure support.
  • Starting with Pure (first time use)
    Instructions for first time users of Pure and information about how to manage Pure account settings.
  • Contact
    The contact details of the Pure faculty coordinators and Pure support team as well as answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
  • About Pure
    The latest news about Pure, as well as the known issues and release notes and more information about Pure in general.

If you have any questions or remarks about the new Pure support, please send an email to pure@rug.nl

Last modified:03 August 2017 1.15 p.m.

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