News from PURE

Deadline for registration of publications in Pure: 15th of January

Monday the 15th of January 2024 is last call for reporting publications published in 2023.

2024 is almost upon us, and it is therefore time to ensure that all your publications and other research outputs published in 2023 are registered in Pure.

Monday the 15th of January is the deadline for reporting publications published in 2023. This deadline ensures that all publications reported on time will be validated before the 1st of March 2024, which is a requirement for them to be included in this year's management reporting.

If you are a researcher or an administrative employee who registers in PURE, it is important that you check the following before the deadline:

  • Are all your publications registered in PURE?
  • Has the entry for your publications with release year 2023 been completed?
  • Have any of your publications changed publication status since you registered them?
  • Are your publications subject to the correct categories ('research', 'dissemination', 'consultancy' and 'teaching')?
  • Has the 'peer review' been entered correctly?
  • Is the Open Access status correct for relevant publications?

AU key figures

At the beginning of March, AU will receive an overview of AU's research production. The statement includes the number of registered publications published in 2023 and is included as part of the university's annual report. Write to if you have any questions.

Facts about Open Access

At the beginning of March 2024, publications published in 2022 will be harvested to the Danish Open Access indicator. Therefore, you need to make sure that the Open Access status of your publications from 2022 is correct. Also feel free to look at publications from 2023 so that you have everything up to date. Upload the accepted manuscript to Pure, if you have the publisher's permission to parallel publish it. If you are in doubt about how to deal with Open Access, please contact your contact person at AU Library. You can read more about Open Access here.