From the Library: Citing Cancelled Conference Papers and Presentations

Dear SU Faculty, Staff, Postdocs, & Grad students,

COVID-19 has likely disrupted your work and your research, and quite possibly your plans to present or otherwise share your experience and knowledge. In this unprecedented time, you may find yourself wondering how to cite and/or make your academic work available as conferences are canceled and related changes continue. CV/Resume Citing: COVID-19 is a resource guide developed by Syracuse University Libraries’ Research Impact Team to help you navigate these questions.

While you are thinking about updating your CV or resume, it might also be a good time to complete the Research Metrics Challenge, which walks you through setting up profiles like ORCID, Experts@Syracuse, and submitting your open access publications to SU’s institutional repository, SURFACE. You will also find info on common publication metrics like h-index, and how to best use them to demonstrate the impact of your work.

The Research Impact Team, a newly organized unit within Syracuse University Libraries’ Department of Research and Scholarship, is dedicated to supporting Syracuse University research endeavors. If you have questions about research metrics, telling the story of your impact, or setting up a research profile, please reach out to your subject librarian for more information.

All the best,

The Research Impact Team

Emily Hart, Science Librarian, Research Impact Lead
Brenna Helmstutler, Librarian for the School of Information Studies
Anita Kuiken, Librarian for Falk College
Stephanie JH McReynolds, Librarian for Business, Management, and Entrepreneurship