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From 8th January 2020, all students enrolled on an EHU doctoral research degree will have a user account in the University’s research information system, Pure.
You may notice that the H-index in your Pure profile shows a different number to the one on Google Scholar. Learning Services explain over on their blog just why that is…
Some of you may have noticed a change to your public-facing profiles in Pure recently: gone is your visible e-mail address, to be replaced by a new Contact Expert button beneath your photo.
By the time you read this, you’ll have greater visibility of the open access (OA) status of your research outputs in the Pure backend.
Learning Services has recently opened a subscription to Scopus so the Research Office has connected it to Pure. What does this mean for researchers (personal users)?
From 1st August 2019, academic staff at Edge Hill will be able to use Pure to apply for research funding. Now that we have more details about what this means, let’s take a quick tour.
When we launched Pure, we included your former posts (organisational affiliations) from the HR record. However, as you started to update your profiles, you pointed out the occasional error in this data as it appeared in Pure, so we have … Continue reading
Those of you who have already logged in to Pure will have spotted a curious section called ‘Outputs proposed for REF2021 by you (or on your behalf)’. What’s that about then?
Because Pure will hold all your research activity in one place, you can use it to create – and customise – a CV. Or CVs to be precise…
Pure will replace the current processes for applying for research funding – so you can soon forget about the Word-based forms currently in use. Here’s a short explanation of what you can look forward to.