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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 (pdf) 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:19 December 2018 10.47 a.m.
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