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Working with Pure: improvements and new features

14 May 2021

We have implemented improvements in working with Pure to make it easier to keep your profile up-to-date and to increase your research output's findability.

Press/Media: daily import

Everyday Press/Media items are automatically imported into Pure. Take a look at your Pure profile and check whether you have new items ready for you. To make them visible, you need to change the status from Entry in progress to For Approval. > Read more

Activities: simplification of the templates

We improved the registration of Activities in Pure: fewer templates, less ambiguity on the definitions, new help text and submission guidelines. > Read more

Datasets: metadata automatically imported

From May 2021, Pure is connected with Data Monitor. Data Monitor assists the Pure team and the Research Data Office in gathering information about UG datasets registered in external repositories and in recording their metadata into Pure. The registration of datasets in Pure enhances the findability of your data and its research impact.

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