Login to Experts @ Syracuse with your SU NetID.
Click "Edit Your Profile" on the homepage or "Login to Pure" at the bottom of the homepage to access the backend of Experts, which is where editing and updating of your profile sections are available.
From the backend of Experts, click on the Editor tab.
Select the category you would like to add to for the faculty member.
In the search box, enter the faculty member's name, and click on the name of any result to access their profile editor.
Click the Add New button on the right to add a new entry for that faculty member.
Research Output: This category includes publications and other types of research outputs. In addition to the automatic feeds that can be set up from the Personal tab, there are additional feeds that can be set up by clicking on New in the Research Output category and selecting Import from Online Source. These can be switched on to pull in these feeds to your profile, and you can add name variants and preview candidates for each. It is also possible to import from files, such as BibTex and RIS.
Works can also be added manually if needed by selecting from the Research Output menu which will open a box to add the entry. Click Save at the bottom of the box.
Activities: This category includes presentations and services. To add an entry, click on the arrow of the Personal tab and click New under the Activity category. Select from the menu as needed and a box will open to enter the information for that activity.
Prizes: This category includes research awards that are not grants, e.g. Best Research Paper at X Conference. Again, select from the menus to enter the award information.
Press and Media: There is a feed that automatically adds press and media mentions to relevant profiles that match by name, but you can also add mentions manually by selecting from the menus and adding the information.
There is a field in the Research Output category which could be selected if the work is published or designated open access in addition to providing a link to the work from SURFACE or subject repository, or journal/publisher location. The citation in the public view will be indicated with this icon:
To learn more about Open Access publishing, visit this SU Libraries guide.