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CRO: Adding Research Outputs, Impact, Engagement and Scholarly Activities

A guide to using the different forms in CRO / Pure to enter Impact, Engagement, Scholarly Activities, Awards, Press and Media, as well as the more traditional Research Outputs.

Add Keywords

Add keywords to your engagement case study using the following fields:

  1. Subject keywords
  2. Countries where engagement activity occurred
  3. Sustainable development goals
Item/Field Description/Instructions
Subject keywords

Add subject keywords to your engagement activity record to make it more discoverable on the CRO portal.

Subject keywords

Countries where the engagement activity occurred

Add the names of the country/s where the engagement activity took place.

Click 'Add countries where activity occurred...' and a pop up list of countries will appear to select from.

Countries where activity occurred

Sustainable development goals

Add relevant sustainable development goals to the record.

This makes the record more discoverable when the university collects case studies and evidence for reporting on Sustainability activity, and also for University impact rankings, such as Times Higher Education.

Click on ‘Add Sustainable Development Goals…’ and a list of the goals will appear to select from.

If you are not familiar with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and which might apply to your research, Sustainability at Charles Sturt's website has more information including past Sustainable Development Goals report published by Charles Sturt. 

You may add more than one Sustainable Development Goal. You don’t need to provide an apportionment.

Avoid selecting all goals; if your research impact relates specifically to research or engagement activities concerning the Goals, select SDG 17 Partnerships for the Goals.

Remove any incorrect goals by selecting the ‘-‘ next to the goal.

sustainable development goals

Continue to the final section of the form by navigating to the finalise tab.

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