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Pure instruction for researchers October 18th

26 September 2018

On Thursday October 18th the Pure support team organizes a Pure instruction for researchers at the University Library from 10.30 till 11.30 am.

Pure is the research registration system of the University of Groningen (UG). Pure is the main source for the presentation of all research output of the university. The data in Pure form the basis for the list of publications on your profile page. The data in Pure are also used for visitations and other reports. All UG-researchers are expected to register their research output in Pure.

During the meeting on October 18th the basics of working with Pure will be demonstrated. Furthermore there’s the opportunity to try out working with Pure, as well as asking Pure-related questions. Depending on the attendants this meeting will be conducted in either Dutch or English.

To sign up for this instruction, please send an email to pure@rug.nl. The next Pure instruction after October will be on Thursday January 31st 2019.

What: Pure instruction for researchers

When: Thursday October 18, 10.30-11.30 am

Where:Tammeszaal (04 29), 4th floor of the University Library
Last modified:26 September 2018 4.19 p.m.

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