#PRCN2020: Our Pure Research Data Journey

Presented by

Katina Toufexis, University of Western Australia, Australia

About this talk

Funders and publishers increasingly require research data related to publications to be shared openly. The University of Western Australia uses the Pure platform to provide a functional data publishing service to our researchers. Our team within the University Library migrated research data from the open source DSpace platform to Pure in 2016. We were the first Australian institution to implement the Dataset Module within Pure and the journey has been has been somewhat different to that experienced by perhaps Europe or the United States. Challenges have included DOI minting, harvesting metadata into Research Data Australia (RDA), bulk importing records via XML and adding externally-published dataset metadata into Pure. We are excited to present how we overcame our challenges including leveraging new developments in Pure (e.g. Data Monitor) to to gain a clear picture of UWA data being produced, enhancing the visibility of staff profiles and via RDA.
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