Promote Your Research Outputs

Promote Your Research Outputs

There are a number of resources you can use to promote your research outputs. The wider the audience the more impact your research will have. Please see below for more information.


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The University’s Research Information System, Pure, captures a wide range of research-related outcomes, impact, and activities. Pure promotes the University’s research excellence, through the research portal, and is used to submit to government and funder assessments.

Make sure your research outputs are entered in Pure  - email paperaccepted@abdn.ac.uk with details of your newly accepted papers.

AURA - University of Aberdeen Institutional Repository. A repository of full text, open access, publications. All our free to read outputs are uploaded to AURA from the university Research information system Pure.

The University of Aberdeen public Research Portal lists all public outputs from the university research information system Pure

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ORCID - A unique and persistent identifier that connects you with your research throughout your career. Take your research and your Research id wherever you go. Further Information

The University publishes research highlights on our Research Impact page, to showcase how our world-leading research makes a significant impact both locally and around the world.

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See how your research is being received around the world with Altmetrics

Public Engagement with Research

The Public Engagement with Research Unit PERU are available to help you generate ideas and provide advice for your public engagement activities. Find out more about engaging the public with your research.

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The University of Aberdeen public Research Portal lists all public information on outputs from the university Research information system Pure. Gateway to Research GTR holds information on UKRI research grants.

 

       

CRediT (Contributor Roles Taxonomy) is high-level taxonomy, including 14 roles, that can be used to represent the roles typically played by contributors to scientific scholarly output. Begin allocating the terms appropriately to your contributors within research outputs and advocate that your institution and any publications you’re submitting to acknowledge and adopt the taxonomy. See more information on our CRediT page.