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WA Publication Submission Form

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Submissions for this form are closed.

Please note that this form is suspended due to changes to both PBN and the introduction of our university-wide CRIS system, OmegaPSiR. We request your patience. You will be duly notified when the new reporting system opens for submissions. 

This form is solely for the use of the Faculty of English (UAM) Staff, plus authors affiliating their publications with the Faculty (PhD candidates, students, post-doctoral fellows, collaborators). Co-authored publications should only be reported once, normally by the first WA author listed (unless you agree differently amongst yourselves).

Please make sure your submission includes all available information about the submitted publication. Whenever possible, include a link (URL) and a DOI. Only report items with final publication data. For ahead-of-print/online-first/first view and similar schemes, wait for the final issue and pagination. To avoid duplicate submissions (e.g. by a co-author), check your listing in the PBN interface (note there is a direct link titled Publications in the PBN database at the very bottom of your profile page). When in doubt, ask. Use copy-and-paste rather than typing, as the latter carries a high risk of introducing typos.

Book reviews should be entered like regular articles, except in the title field give the title of the reviewed work, by author, and (review), like so:

Title of the publication:
Bojkot igrzysk olimpijskich jako instrument polityki międzynarodowej w latach 1976–1988 by Michał Słoniewski (review)

Please read the accompanying instructions very carefully, and make a very careful final check of the Preview screen before finalizing (the Save button): your care is appreciated, as it will make our job easier, and will ensure you are properly credited for your publication.

Save the confirmation email message and use it in any future correspondence. If you wish to update details of an existing publication, reply to the confirmation message (, indicating clearly the extent of the changes. 

Allow up to two weeks for the entry to be migrated to the PBN database.