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April 02, 2010

How to enter publications into Drupal's Biblio via DOI

This entry is a guide to entering a publication into Drupal's Biblio module. Note that most Administrative information for the bibliography can be found here at Administer > Site Configuration > Biblio Settings (URL: admin/settings/biblio)

1) Login:
- go to http://blah.umich.edu/alpha/login
- You can change your password and find other information at the "My Account" link

2) Set up DOI import for the bibliography:
- Create Content > Biblio > DOI Lookup
- Click on "You need to register with CrossRef" and complete following page

3) Synchronize your CrossRef information
- Go to My Account > Edit > Biblio Settings > CrossRef Login Information
- Add your email (e.g., kkwaiser@umich.edu) to the Account ID box
- Save

3) Import an publication via a DOI:
- Create Content > Biblio > DOI Lookup
- Enter this DOI: 10.1672/08-41.1 > Click Populate using DOI

4) QA/QC the new publication:
- Authors: Make sure the pre-existing authors have correct name (via auto-complete)
- Person References: These should be the same as the authors. If the name doesn't autocomplete, enter the name and a "person" of that name will be created
- Abstract: Did it import?
- Notes: Anything important to add?
- Custom 1: If UMBS has a hardcopy on file enter the following: Archived copy available at the University of Michigan Biological Station
- Custom 2: Field for research sites associated with this publication. For example: Lake Michigan/Lake Huron/Lake Superior
- Research Site Reference: Should be the same information as Custom 2. If the site doesn't exist it will be created and you may want to go edit the site characteristics (such as location!)
- Custom 3: A list of associated habitats. For example: Northern Hardwoods/Swamp-Hardwood-Conifer
- Keywords: This is an auto-complete field. Please use existing terms wherever possible although it is possible to create new terms if needed.

5) Save or Preview the entry.

Posted by kkwaiser at April 2, 2010 12:01 PM

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