WUR Library recently launched My Research Dashboard (beta version). The dashboard clearly presents your research output. You can use it to prepare portfolios for your tenure track and to assess the citation impact of your publications. The dashboard is still in development, but is now live as a beta version.
The dashboard presents a complete list of your publications, activities, media appearances and datasets that are registered in Pure, together with the evaluation criteria used within WUR.
On the homepage you’ll find graphs of your registered output, the percentage of your refereed articles that is published Open Access, the Relative Impact of your refereed articles and the share of refereed articles that belongs to the 10% best cited publications. Furthermore, the other tabs provide tables with output numbers, citation indicators, Tenure Track credits and a list overview to export your outputs.
My Research Dashboard offers a private, personal overview of your own publications. It complements your Research@WUR profile, the public overview of your research output. Detailed information about all the options of My Research Dashboard is available on these intranet service pages. To access your dashboard, go to your My Research Credits overview via My Library. Via de blue banner you can access the new personal dashboard.
My Research Dashboard is the successor of your personal My Research Credits page. The dashboard is still being developed. The old My Research Credits page will be available till My Research Dashboard is fully operational.
Future developments of My Research Dashboard include a new categorisation of the research outputs. This categorisation will be more in line with recent developments like Open Science and Recognition & Rewards.
You can join the intranetgroup Research Information & Intelligence Services to keep posted on the development of My Research Dashboard.