Worktribe Outputs & Repository
Working with research managers, we’ve developed a research management product specifically to help universities efficiently manage and showcase research outputs.
Harvest, document and store research outputs
Develop and manage a searchable collection of all research outputs across your institution
Ensure academics and administrators follow streamlined workflows to collect all necessary information about an output.
Automatically harvest outputs and metadata from external sources including CrossRef, ORCiD, arXiv, Scopus, Web of Science, Publications Router or via identifiers including DOI
Deposit multiple versions of your output files including Version of Record and Authors Accepted Manuscript.
Upload journal articles or other outputs and associated metadata with BibTex and RIS files, or manually input output data.
Automatically identify and match listed authors with profiles already in the system.
Record and manage details of journals, publishers, copyright and licences.
Showcase your research
Make research discoverable and ensure Open Access compliance.
Allow Library teams to control the visibility of outputs, embargo any associated files, keep files private or make them discoverable.
Ensure Open Access compliance with our intuitive deposit – validate – discovery workflow
Produce ResearchFish exports to report research outcomes to key funders.
Benefit from a fully-integrated, public-facing Repository with a user-friendly interface.
Ensure Open Access compliance with a searchable, filterable library of all research Outputs.
Monitor metrics including page views and downloads.
Register your repository with OpenDOAR, OpenAIRE, CORE Dashboard and Google Scholar.
Report usage statistics to Sconul or share with IRUS via an in-built integration.
Showcase academic profiles including outputs, impact, recognition, projects, news and events (where the relevant Worktribe products are live).
When we first signed up to Worktribe, one of our requirements was to have one system for researchers in the university to use. This was to improve efficiency and make it easy for academics as end user, but also as the university to maintain and manage.
– Lindsay Ramage, Head of Research Governance, Napier University Edinburgh