Kudos has developed a light-hearted quiz to help you test your research impact “muscles” and compare yourself to other researchers – in terms of how much you know about research impact, and the effectiveness of your current efforts to increase the reach and impact of your work.
Our recently launched “Test your research impact muscles” game contains a wealth of suggestions for how you can build your knowledge of research impact and put this into practice. Here is a summary to help you take action!
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Pilot program helps publishers prevent copyright infringement and reclaim lost usage from sharing of research articles on scholarly collaboration networks
Kudos is constantly reaching out to institutions to help them support and motivate their researchers to do more outreach, and increase the impact of their publishing work. Common challenges that occur when institutions try to achieve this: Knowing who at their institution is already successful at increasing outreach and engagement with their research Understanding how…
For immediate release, 19th April 2017 — Kudos, the award-winning service for maximizing the reach and impact of research publications, and Editage, the trusted scientific communications advisor to researchers worldwide, have partnered and announced the launch of a new co-branded website. Through this partnership, subject-matter experts from Editage will create plain language summaries to help broader…
A new survey sponsored by Kudos and 10 of its publisher partners shows 57% of researcher respondents uploading work to scholarly collaboration networks, and 66% using these sites to access otherwise inaccessible content.