How to register persons in Pure: a manual Follow these steps: Pure<Masterdata<Persons Click + 3. Add information 3.1.1. Metadata: Personal information: first name, last name*, Gender*, Date of birth, nationality, Name variant, Title, ID, ORCID, Profile photo, Links, Curriculum and research description (Profile information), Attention: Last name* and Gender* are necessary fields to fill otherwise… Read More »
Follow these steps: Go to Pure: https://pure.knaw.nl Go to Master data and click on External Persons. Under External Persons click Duplicate Names and Duplicate ID. Check the list of duplicate names. By clicking the External Persons you can go the External Person record. In the record click on the history and comments to see the external person to which… Read More »
Follow these steps: Go to Pure: https://pure.knaw.nl Go to Master data and click on Publishers. Under Publishers click Duplicate Names. Check the list of duplicate Publishers. By clicking the Publisher name you can go the Publisher record. Decide which record should be set as target. Click on Set as target, Preview merge, and Merge.
Follow these steps: Go to Pure: https://pure.knaw.nl Go to Master data and click on Journals. Under Journals click Duplicate Titles and Duplicate ISSN. Check the list of duplicate titles/ISSN. By clicking the journal title you can go the journal record. Decide which record should be set as target. Click on Set as target, Preview merge, and Merge.
The Dutch consortium of university libraries and the National library of the Netherlands (UKB) has published a practical guide on preprints in cooperation with the Association of Universities in the Netherlands (VSNU) and the Dutch Research Council (NWO). The guide aims to support both researchers and members of the general public (journalists, patients, healthcare workers,… Read More »
Go to Pure: https://pure.knaw.nl/ Follow these steps: Go to Master data and click on Persons. Click duplicate names. Check the list of duplicate names. Find duplicate names related to your institute from the list. Click on both names and check all the information particularly Organisation affiliation. Decide which record should be set as target. Close… Read More »
“The Open Science Framework (OSF) is a free, open source project management tool developed and maintained by the Center for Open Science. The OSF can help scholars manage their workflow, organize their materials, and share all or part of a project with the broader research community”. OSF is a platform to deposit pre-prints in different… Read More »
Sherpa Romeo is an online resource that aggregates and presents publisher and journal open access policies from around the world. It is highly recommended to check publishers’ policies and licenses when depositing a published version (Version of Record) or Author Accepted Manuscript (AAM) papers to a repository. https://v2.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/search.html There is guide available here: https://v2.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/resources/user-guide.pdf
The journal browser provides quick insight into which journals a KNAW researcher can publish open access at no extra cost (which has been bought off in the KNAW-wide license). The agreements with Cambridge University Press, Elsevier, Springer and Wiley that the KNAW have been processed in the journal browser. You always have both reading and… Read More »