Research UNE (RUNE) is now live: now including researcher profiles, publications, datasets; start exploring now

Published On October 5, 2018 | By Luke | Resources

Research UNE’ is now live! 

UNE’s new research repository has been launched in record time to ensure UNE has ample time to prepare for the next round of ERA reporting. There are some features that are still in development and you will notice further changes and enhancements over the next few months.

Researcher profiles are one of the most exciting features of the new system. Researchers at UNE are now able to showcase their research outputs together under a personal profile.  They can decide on the order they would like their research outputs to display and link their ORCID and Researcher ID. This means greater visibility and impact for the work of UNE Researchers.  If you do not have an ORCiD, the international digital identifier that distinguishes you from other researchers, now is the time to sign up.

In order to submit new research outputs to ‘Research UNE’ you will need to login to your account. Use your UNE credentials to login (via Shibboleth). You can then start a new submission or begin to edit your Researcher Profile.  There are Guidelines and Help pages on the new site to assist you.  The Library will also be offering hands-on training in the coming weeks.  Please contact your Researcher Services Librarians for individual help libraryresearch@une.edu.au.  Please email rune@une.edu.au to report any issues regarding the new repository.

Enjoy exploring the new repository, which now includes publications, datasets and researcher profiles.

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