Back when Research Week 2020 was still going to be an in-person event, hundreds of researchers submitted abstracts that would be translated into oral presentations and posters. Although this year’s Research Week didn’t turn out exactly as planned (pandemics will do that), presentations still happened virtually, and many abstracts and presentation materials are now available in a Research Week digital collection within the OHSU Library’s institutional repository.
Those who opted in to having their abstracts and presentation slides available to view in the Library’s institutional repository can now view their work both individually as an entry in the Research Week collection and within a book of 2020 abstracts. All individual entries have been assigned a DOI, and authors will be able to cite their work in CVs, biosketches and more.
The collection is available to the entire OHSU community to view, so if you’re interested in learning what some of OHSU’s students, postdocs, early-career researchers and more are working on, be sure to check out the collection.
Thanks to the OHSU Library’s Digital Collections Work Group, with special thanks to Marijane White, Data and Research Engagement Librarian, for their work on this collection.