Raising the bar: Building world class library research services with Pure
The University of Manchester, a member of the UK's Russell Group, implemented Pure in April 2016 and this presentation discusses implementation from the library’s point of view.
In this presentation Scott Taylor, Research Services Librarian, will describe some of the opportunities and challenges that Pure has presented to the University of Manchester Library’s Research Services Division as they aim to achieve the strategic objective of supporting world class research at the University of Manchester.
As the University’s central store of research related data, Pure now underpins most of the Library’s research services across the key activity channels of Open Research, Impact, Identifiers, and Data Stewardship.
This presentation will describe how Pure:
• provides richer analytics enabling new insights into the University’s publication profile
• enables the team to manage the institutional mandate for all researchers to have and provide an ORCID ID
• allows the library to better track the online attention to outputs through the integration with Pure
Scott will also discuss some of the new working relationships across campus that the library has created following the implementation of Pure as well as some of the challenges, including: learning the underlying data model of a new system; getting to grips with some of its features such as the reporting module; and tracking and reporting Open Access funder requirements to a range of stakeholders with differing requirements.
RecordedDec 4 201731 mins
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