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February 21, 2021

How do you list a paper on a CV?

How do you list a paper on a CV?

If listing a publication that is in press on your CV, include a copy of the acceptance letter from the publisher. Unpublished work includes those manuscripts that have been submitted for publication, are complete but have not been submitted, or that are in progress.

How do I list pending publications on my resume?

Leave outdated publications off the list. It is acceptable to omit publications that are no longer useful or relevant to your job or field. Include pending work. Put publications that are still being reviewed for acceptance into a journal in italics and leave out the name of the journal you have submitted them to.

How do you cite a submitted paper?

Author, A. (year). Title of manuscript [Manuscript submitted for publication]. University Department, University Name.

Can you cite a working paper?

Working Papers may be cited without seeking prior permission from the author. Posting a paper on this site does not preclude simultaneous or subsequent publication elsewhere, including other Working Papers series. The copyright of a Working Paper is held by the author or by his or her assignee: see Copyright Statement.

How do you cite an article that was published online before printing?

If an article has been published online ahead of the print version, you can use the year it was published online, and then add the phrase “Advance online publication” prior to the DOI. Note that advance online publications do not have volume, issue, or page numbers.

Can I cite bioRxiv?

How do I cite a bioRxiv preprint? Preprints deposited in bioRxiv should be cited using their digital object identifier (DOI). If there are multiple versions of the preprint and you wish to cite a specific version, you can do so by adding the version-specific URL.

How do you reference an online article?

Include information in the following order:author (if available)year of publication.article title (between single quotation marks)newspaper title (in italics)date of article (day, month, page number—if given—and any additional information available)accessed day month year (the date you accessed the items)