Augusta University’s Pure Researcher Profiles received an upgrade and have a new look on June 2, 2016. New features in this upgrade include:
- mobile friendly access
- an new layout for a researcher’s page, including h-index*
- altmetrics for research outputs (social media mentions for publications)
- a productivity graph
Questions? Contact Sandy Drapeau, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 706-721-9906.
About Pure Researcher Profiles
This resource offers information regarding researchers’ publications and scholarly products, National Institutes of Health funded projects, and research activities. Information is aggregated from internal and external sources, such as Scopus©, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature. Pure can be accessed at https://augusta.pure.elsevier.com/ or through the A-Z index on the university’s homepage.
*h-index: a measurement created by Jorge Hirsch that quantifies the scientific output and impact of an individual researcher; the h-index cannot be compared between researchers in different disciplines, only within researchers in the same discipline.