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Pure is the system that is used to upload and make visible online your research articles, note any prizes you have won, record any prestigious activities and upload your datasets and electronic thesis. Every PGR student has a profile in Pure. This expires when you complete your studies. 

You need to know how to use Pure to increase your visibility as a researcher, to improve your citation, to upload your e-thesis and, thus, be eligible for graduation. This session will provide you with a practical workshop of how to use Pure, what to update on your personal profile, how to create records in Pure. It will outline how to use Queen’s Research Portal – the public facing webpage of Pure – and why you should use it to get free, open access research articles and datasets to help you in your study. 

This course is aimed primarily at PGR students.  If you are in the first or second year of your PhD, it is strongly advised that you attend this class as soon as possible. 

This course is only offered ONCE in semester 1, 2021. Book early.

Please login to MyFuture to book a place:

https://qub-csm.symplicity.com/students/?signin_tab=0

Training will be delivered online via MS Teams.

Date:
Tuesday, October 12, 2021
Time:
11:00 - 13:00
Audience:
  Research postgraduate students  
Categories:
  All Faculties & Schools     Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences     Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences     Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences     Queen's Management School     School of Arts, English and Languages     School of Biological Sciences     School of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering     School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science     School of History & Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics     School of Law     School of Mathematics & Physics     School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering     School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences     School of Natural and Built Environment     School of Nursing & Midwifery     School of Pharmacy     School of Psychology     School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work