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PubMan-Workshop, 10.02.2010, Martinsried

Institute Publications and PuRe

Publication data submission

…is managed by the Library Team via MPG.PuRe (Max Planck Society publication repository).
If you have any additions or corrections to keep your publication lists up to date, please send an Email to library@biochem.mpg.de

MPG.PuRe is OpenAIRE compliant

MPG.PuRe has officially gained OpenAIRE compliance since June 2015. Various adjustments were necessary to meet the requirements of the OpenAIRE Guidelines 3.0. For our users the most prominent innovation surley is the integration of new metadata fields for "project information", among other things containing data about funding organisations or funding programs, such as Horizon2020. Further information on this topics (in German) can be found at the MPG.PuRe-Blog.
A selection of publications stored in PuRe is harvested by the OpenAIRE website and is being presented there. This refers to all publications with a publicly available full text attached or with a grant ID available within the metadata.
Users at the Max Planck Institutes thus can meet EU requests for the submission of publications within an OpenAIRE compliant repository simply by depositing their scientific output in PuRe as normal.

Advantages of PuRe for scientists at our institutes

All publications of our institutes have to be entered into MPG.PuRe (former PubMan), the publication repository of the Max Planck Society (MPG obligation for Yearbook and Fachbeirat to store publications in a repository).
Not only published documents can be found there but also journal articles, conference papers, inbooks and books that have already been accepted for publication.
If you use PuRe, you get

  • Archiving of publications
  • Sustainable links
  • Benefits of publication pop-up
  • Possibility to render publications open access
  • Re-use of publications on various outlets


Are there any questions left? Please contact the library team.

 
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