Learn how to add your outputs to RGU's research information system
What is Worktribe Outputs?
Worktribe is a research information system - a database that holds information about researchers, research grants, projects, outputs and impact. Worktribe Outputs is the system module that deals specifically with research outputs, such as journal articles, book chapters, conference papers and research data.
There are two main purposes for the Worktribe Outputs database:
To keep a complete record of all the outputs created by researchers (both staff and students) associated with the university.
To help the publications team support researchers who need to comply with the Open Access policies of certain funding bodies and the REF2021.
The Worktribe platform is used for both RGU's research information system and also the repository, OpenAIR@RGU. Worktribe is a closed system that is accessible only to certain RGU staff, but OpenAIR is publicly accessible. You can find more information about the repository in our OpenAir guide.
The rest of this guide is under construction.
RGU staff who have been given access can log on to Worktribe.