Remember to register your publications in PURE by 15 January 2023
Do you register your publications in PURE? Then please note that publications from 2022 need to be registered by 15 January.
Sunday 15 January 2023 is the deadline for registering publications published in 2022. This is also the deadline for making your publications accessible in Open Access.
If you are a researcher or an administrative employee who registers publications in PURE, it is important that you check the following before 15 January 2023:
- Have all your publications for 2022 been registered in PURE?
- Has all the relevant publication data been registered correctly?
- Have any of your publications changed publication status since you registered them?
- Have your publications been registered in the correct categories (‘research’, ‘communication’, ‘consultancy’ and ‘teaching’)?
- Is the peer-review status of your publications correct?
- Is the Open Access status of relevant publications correct?
AU’s key figures and Open Access Indicator status are based on validated data from PURE. These figures form the basis for strategic and financial decisions. So it’s important for everyone to meet the deadline for registering publications. AU PURE cannot guarantee that publications registered after the deadline will be validated and included in the calculations.
AU key figures
In the beginning of March, AU will receive an overview of its research production. This overview includes the number of registered publications published in 2022 and is part of the university’s annual report.
Please send an email to email@example.com if you have any questions.
In early March 2023, publications published in 2021 will be harvested for the Danish Open Access indicator. So please make sure that the Open Access status of your publications from 2021 is correct. Please also take a look at your publications from 2022 to make sure everything is up to date. Upload the accepted manuscript to PURE, providing that you have the publisher’s permission to parallel publish it. If you are in doubt about what Open Access means for you, please contact your contact person at AU Library. You can read more about Open Access here.