Pure and the Portsmouth Research Portal

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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 pure@port.ac.uk.

Pure compared to the Portsmouth Research Portal 

FAQs

Pure in general

Can you give me a quick overview of Pure? 

Where can I get help using Pure?

Research outputs / publications

How do I upload outputs to Pure?

What type of outputs / publications can be stored in Pure? 

I'm a CCI academic, how can upload my practice-based research, including portfolios? 

Where can I get information about Open Access in relation to Pure? 

 


Answers

Can you give me a quick overview of Pure?

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Where can I get help using Pure?

For further held using Pure, please contact the team in RIS who manage Pure - pure@port.ac.uk.  Or you may like to browse through the Pure user manual.

Alternatively, if you're just interested in how you upload your publications / outputs / research data then look at the open access page or the archiving section of research data page.

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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. 

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What type of outputs / publications can be stored in Pure?

Pure has a place to store every kind of output! Please see our 'what goes where in Pure' guide for more information. 

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I'm a CCI academic, how can upload my practice-based research, including portfolios?

Please see our Additional instructions for CCI researchers - Creating ‘linked outputs’ for the REF to be submitted as single submissions for more information.

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Where can I get information about Open Access in relation to Pure?

Please see the Open Access information page.

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