Add research content (publications, activities, etc.)
The following content types are available for researchers to add to Pure.
|Type of research content||Definition|
|Research output||Content the researcher is responsible for. Most often written and published but can also be non-textual and not formally published.|
|Activities||Describes all activities a researcher may be involved in/with as a person, e.g. giving a lecture.|
|Press/Media||Mentions of the researcher in media, e.g. interviews or broadcasts.|
|Prizes||Captures prizes and other professional distinctions a researcher has received.|
|Dataset||Metadata of collections of data, e.g. databases, survey data, observations, measurements, and other results from experiments.|
|Awards (Grants)*||A sum of money given by a government or other organization for a particular purpose such as a research project.|
|Projects*||Research projects. Can be linked to other related types of research content such as Awards or Research Output.|
* Please note that it's not possible for Personal Users to add Awards and/or Projects to Pure. Contact your Pure coordinator to discuss the possibilities of them adding your Project(s) to Pure, and possibly linking them to related content.
Submission Guide & Template manuals
If you need to add content to Pure manually, please use the Submission Guide to determine in which template you should add the research content.
- For Press/Media there is also a manual available with more information about how to fill the press/media template.
- For adding (metadata of) a Dataset there is also a manual available with more information about how to fill the dataset template.
- More information about adding a Patent to Pure can be found in the patent submission guide
|Last modified:||13 September 2018 10.04 a.m.|