Pure and the Portsmouth Research Portal
Portsmouth's Research Portal is a public website showcasing the University's research, including publications, funding awards, projects, staff and PhD students' details, research impact, datasets and more. It displays content taken directly from Pure.
Pure is managed by the department of Research and Innovation Services (RIS), but the Library manage the research outputs (publications), PhD theses and research data sections within Pure. If you need help using any other aspect of Pure, then please contact email@example.com.
Pure in general
Research outputs / publications
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Every effort has been made to ensure that content displayed via Portsmouth Research Portal does not infringe any person's intellectual property rights, or any applicable laws or undertaking of confidentiality. Should you discover material that you believe is in breach of copyright, data protection, confidentiality or otherwise has been made public in error, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Portsmouth assumes no responsibility or liability for any injury, loss or damage incurred as a result of any use or reliance upon the information and material contained within or downloaded from the Portsmouth Research Portal.
The University of Portsmouth has taken considerable care in preparing information which is displayed on the Portsmouth Research Portal. However, the University of Portsmouth is unable to provide any warranty concerning the accuracy or completeness of any information contained therein.
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Can you give me a quick overview of Pure?
Here are the main points ...
- Pure is the University's database that holds information about all of the research we conduct. This ranges from the funding applications, funding awarded, projects, activities, publications, outputs, research data, impact, press coverage, and much more!
- Pure is managed over by the department of Research and Information Systems. However, the management of certain areas in Pure is delegated to other departments. Please see the overview of all content types in Pure guide.
- All academic staff and PhD students have a profile on Pure. Please feel free to log in to Pure and add details about your research.
- What is the Portsmouth Research Portal? This is the public website which displays content held in Pure. (See the diagram above). Every academic and PhD students have a public profile (example). All departments also have their own profile area on Pure.
- Why should I care about Pure?! Here's just a few reasons -
- Pure drives your public profile on the Portsmouth Research Portal, so it's essential that you keep Pure up to date as it assists in promoting your research and your professional public image.
- Your faculty and department runs reports from Pure, including those use for strategic planning and also those used in your PDR.
- You can use it to see what your colleagues are working on.
- To ensure you journal and conference articles can be submitted to the REF they must be made open access via Pure.
Where can I get help using Pure?
How do I upload outputs to Pure?
Please see the quick guide to uploading outputs. If you are uploading journal or conference articles, you should also look at our open access information page to ensure that you meet REF and funder requirements.
What type of outputs / publications can be stored in Pure?
I'm a CCI academic, how can upload my practice-based research, including portfolios?
Please contact email@example.com directly.
Where can I get information about Open Access in relation to Pure?
Please see the Open Access information page.