This content is imported from Scholars@Duke, which imports its content from Duke Elements. The importer can be configured to bring in all publications, or only those which have been marked as a faculty member’s “Favourite” in Duke Elements, in one of four citation styles (APA, Chicago, ICMJE, or MLA). These nodes are not published by default; users with a role of the content author, site editor, or site builder have the ability to change the status to published in order to display a publication on the site.
In addition to the data imported from the system of record, nodes can be augmented locally with several fields highlighted in bold text below. For more information, please see Managing publications.
|Label||Machine name||Field type||Required?||Allowed values|
|Category||field_publication_category||Entity reference (Taxonomy)||n||Unlimited|
|Research areas||field_research_themes||Entity reference (Taxonomy)||n||Unlimited|
|Duke author(s)||field_duke_authors||Text (plain)||n||1|
|Abstract override||field_abstract_override||Text (formatted, long)||n||1|
|Publication type||field_publication_type||Entity reference (Taxonomy)||n||1|
|Authors||field_authors||Text (plain, long)||n||1|
|Published in||field_published_in||Text (plain)||n||1|
|Citation||field_citation||Text (formatted, long)||n||1|
|Abstract||field_abstract_override||Text (formatted, long)||n||1|
|Open access copy||field_open_access_copy||Link||n||1|
On the views that show all publications, if the "Duke author(s)" field populated, this content is used instead of the authors list imported from Scholars@Duke. If the "Abstract override" field is populated, this content will be used instead of the imported abstract when viewing an individual node.