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Research skills and management

Research methods; research supervision; statistics; using archives and special collections; ethics; IPR and copyright; commercialisation; entrepreneurship.

Managing Research Information: publishing research data

Date: Tue 21 May 2019
Time: 10:30 - 12:30
Programme: Passport to Research Futures
Key details: This 2 hour session provides learners with an overview of the different ways to publish their research data, including details on how to use Pure.

Target audience

Researchers: research staff, academic staff, research supervisors Research Technicians enrolled on the Passport to Research Futures Programme

Course mapped to

RDF Planner (A1, A2, A3, C2, D2, D3)


Dr Eva Borger

Course provider

Website: CAPOD



St Katherine's Lodge, Sem Rm 1.10

Course information

The event will deliver a demonstration of how to publish research data using Pure, including how to obtain a DOI. It will also provide information on licences, processes and workflows.
Passport to Research Futures optional subunit  
Areas covered in the session:  
  • Options available for the publication of research data
  • Creating dataset records in Pure: how and when 
  • Creating link to existing content:publications and projects
  • Obtaining DOIs for your datasets
  • Licensing your datasets
  • Re-using and citing research data

Aims and objectives

After completing this workshop learners will: 

  • Be able to create dataset records in pure and deposit their data files
  • Be able to create links to existing Pure content 
  • Understand the DOI issuing process
  • Understand the different licensing options
  • Understand how to re-use and cite datasets



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