The author is consideres internal if he/she is affiliated to Aalborg University in the full text.
All internal authors are affiliated to a faculty and a department. At some departments there are also section- and research group affiliations. In Pure it may look like this:
Only one organization at the same level
At departments where academic staff may be affiliated with several research groups, one must take into consideration which research group should be affiliated to the publication in question. Remove irrekevant research groups (click the minus):
Centres and other traversing organizations are in many cases not to be affiliated. Organizations that have been dissolved prior to the year of publications should not be affiliated.
AAU researchers have the possibility of registering publications in Pure that are published prior to the researcher's affiliation with the university. It may be external publications where non of the authors are affiliated to AAU, or internal publications where one or more of the authors are affiliated to AAU.
The affiliated authors will in many cases be internal academic staff, who will have external publications displayed on their profiles. However, when the author has external affiliations only, an external organization must be affiliated instead. In Pure it may look like this:
(A publication is completely external if non of the authors have AAU affiliation in the full text). In the publication record, you click on "Edit" next to the person you want to give external affiliation:
When you remove the tick for internal organizations an external organization will be added.
If you do not know the external organization, select "Unknown".
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Research registration: Guide to registration of open access publications in Pure
Regarding peer-reviewed journal articles and conference papers, as well as other publications
Research publication - guide to organizational affiliation
A good advice regarding correct organizational affiliation