Add datasets to your Pure profile

Do you have a researcher profile in Pure? If so, you can now boost your profile by adding your datasets. Here’s how…

Like journal articles, chapters, or books, a dataset is a research output in its own right and can be cited. If you choose to make them open, your datasets are best shared in a specialist research data repository like Edge Hill Figshare or Open Science Framework. However, you can now add details (e.g. title, links) of your datasets to Pure. This can build up your profile, direct traffic to your data, and make your work more discoverable and re-usable.

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Researcher development training for 2021/22

The full researcher training programme for 2021/22, including new sessions

graphic illustrating Researcher Development Sessions. Includes a picture of a web browser and a magnifying glass

Our Research Support Team provides training workshops for all researchers including students and staff; these are included in the University’s Researcher Development Programme.

Workshops cover topics such as publishing your research, open access, using Pure and EndNote, and writing a strong data management plan.

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An Introduction to Publications- widening your research horizons

On Friday, 2nd December the next workshop in the series aimed at research staff and students will take a fresh look at less well known sources of information.  Participants will have an opportunity to explore:


  • Open access journals


  • Institutional repositories


  • Theses & dissertations


  • Image archives


There will also be an introduction to research libraries and how to access their extensive collections.  Tailored to the subject areas of those attending, you will have expert help in searching and identifying those resources which can be “off the beaten track”.


Places on the workshop are still available on Friday, 2nd December 10:00am – 12:00 noon.


For more information and to book visit the Staff Development Wiki: