How to add a publications listing
By default, the Publications functionality is turned off. Before adding Publications, you must first enable the functionality.
- Log in to configure your Drupal website.
- From the Admin menu, select Apps.
- Click the Details button for the PWDS Publications.
- On the left, click Enable App.
From Administration toolbar, click on the Menu button, go to Add Content and click Biblio.
Select the type of Publication you wish to enter.
- Enter the required information.
- Click Save.
- By default, a page is created within your website that lists all publications. You can see that page by going to:
Replace "domain_name" with your website domain name. Using this URL you can add the Publications page to any part of your menu structure in your site.
Before you begin
As a member of the Princeton University community, you are responsible for knowing the requirements and policies regarding the publishing of your intellectual property and scholarly work.
Princeton University has an Open Access Policy, which requires faculty to make their published journal article or conference proceedings open access; additionally be aware of the Research Funder Open Access Policies if your research is funded by certain funders. The Scholarly Communications Office states that the policy applies to refereed journal and conference articles and proceedings actually published; not books, book chapters, poetry, music, etc. The Princeton University Copyright website provides additional information.
Where to publish
Princeton University offers DataSpace, which is a digital repository for both archiving and publicly disseminating digital data which are the result of research, academic, or administrative work performed by members of the Princeton University community. Items in Dataspace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.
The Open Access Repository at Princeton provides a platform for collecting scholarly articles authored by Princeton University faculty members. Articles in the repository are publicly accessible in accordance with Princeton’s Open Access Policy.
For working papers
Princeton University offers OpenScholar, which is a website application designed for academics and academic institutions. Over 900 Princeton scholars have built websites with their curriculum vitae, working papers, and publications.
Examples of the Publications module in use to create finding guides: