Kudos launches survey of changes in how, when, where and why researchers communicate their work

January 12 2019 / By Charlie Rapple

Growing emphasis on readership and impact is leading researchers to communicate about their work in new ways, to new audiences, from much earlier in the research process. In partnership with a range of publishers, we are leading a landmark study on when, where, how, and why researchers communicate about their work "upstream" of traditional publication points. By understanding these changes, we and our partners can better shape the support and services we provide to researchers.

We invite all researchers to take 10 minutes to share your views and experiences with us via our online survey - by completing the survey, you can also choose to enter a prize draw for online shopping vouchers. The prize value is £100 (or the equivalent in local currency, where possible).

The survey is open until Sunday, February 10th, 2019.

We would like to thank the many partners who are supporting the project, below. There are still a couple of sponsor seats available - if you would like access to the results, and analysis including custom findings and recommendations based on specific respondent groups, please contact charlie.a.rapple@growkudos.com.

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Additional support from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, BMJ, Cambridge University Press, The IET, the Royal Society of Chemistry, and SAGE

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