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Test your research impact muscles: hints and tips from the quiz

Test your research impact muscles: hints and tips from the quiz

July 31 2017 / By Lauren McNeill

Our recently launched “Test your research impact muscles” game contains a wealth of suggestions for how you can build your knowledge of research.

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Roll up! Roll up! How strong are your research impact muscles? Test yourself with our quiz!

Roll up! Roll up! How strong are your research impact muscles? Test yourself with our quiz!

July 6 2017 / By Lauren McNeill

As the emphasis on research impact grows, are you getting the support you need to maximize the chances of your work having impact? Do you know.

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15 minutes to impact

15 minutes to impact

February 14 2017 / By Charlie Rapple

The pressure to create and demonstrate impact for your work means you have to work harder to ensure it is found, read, applied and cited. But you.

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Broadening the visibility of your research: ideas from a workshop at the 2016 ARMA conference

Broadening the visibility of your research: ideas from a workshop at the 2016 ARMA conference

June 14 2016 / By Charlie Rapple

Rightly or wrongly, publications are a critical part of researchers’ career development. It’s still the case in most disciplines and countries.

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Top tips for getting the most out of Kudos

Top tips for getting the most out of Kudos

April 15 2016 / By Lauren McNeill

First impressions count, and with over 2 million new publications added to the literature every year, it is important that your work stands out to.

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How to build a social media following

How to build a social media following

March 1 2016 / By Lauren McNeill

Building up followers in social media can seem like a daunting task. Growing readership for your online postings takes time, but there are little.

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Getting started with Social Media

Getting started with Social Media

February 1 2016 / By Lauren Ellen

Sharing a link on social media is a common way in which researchers achieve more visibility for their work; using a trackable link generated by.

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Spotlight on: explaining your work in plain language

Spotlight on: explaining your work in plain language

December 4 2015 / By Lauren Ellen

Why might you want to explain your work in plain language? There is growing evidence that explaining your work in plain language can help increase.

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