Frequently Asked Questions
In a couple of years, Metis will no longer be further developed. Therefore, the purchasing parties (all universities in the Netherlands, the KNAW/Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, and others) have simultaneously started the same trajectory to find a replacement.
Pure is accessible for all users since 18 May 2016. Pure has been launched together with the new UM website and the new Personal Profile Pages.
Each individual faculty has evaluated the current content in Metis. Subsequently, all content is transferred to Pure.
Each individual faculty has evaluated the current content in Metis. Subsequently, the content is transferred to Pure.
Yes, everything that has been entered into Metis (and attached to your staff page) will be imported into Pure.
Pure also enables researchers to fill in their own results. ‘Personal Metis’ will be replaced by ’Pure for personal users’.
Your personal page will show the 10 most recent publications from Pure. You can also select 10 key publications to be shown on your personal page.
The new personal profile pages (part of the project UM-website) will show 10 most recent and up to 10 selected key publications in Pure. A link to Pure will show your complete list of publications.
That was possible in Metis and will also be possible in Pure.
Pure is hosted at UM, under ICTS. Therefore the system is NOT accessible to external parties.
Your output data will be used for reporting on UM and faculty key figures for annual reports, accreditations and mid-term reviews.
Certain data will be standard entered into Pure from the UM SAP system, such as name, function and organisation unit. Other fields, such as expertise and education, can be entered personally.
This is automatically done in the Pure portal (SAP organisation and research).
Yes, this can be indicated for each publication.