Making your research visible
- how proper research registration, Open Access publishing, as well as Tweets and Blogs can help to make your research a bit more visible
The purpose of this one hour and a half presentation is to give PhD students and researchers new inspiration and ideas as to where and how their research and research results can reach a wider audience.
What can you actually do yourself? What do you have to consider prior to publishing (Open Access or Traditional Publishing), and what are you allowed to do after publication?
DTU Library manages the central research registration at DTU, and maintains the infrastructure, in order to make the output from DTU researchers searchable in the right search engines.
The webinar will go into more detail about what you can do yourself to further contribute to increasing your visibility as a researcher.
The presentation will touch upon the following:
- DTU Library and research registration
- DTU and Open Access publishing
- Research and Social Media
- Researcher Identification (ex. ORCID)
The course is part of the webinar series Search, cite
Find dataes for our workshops in our calendar
DTU Library calendar
The presentation will be in English.
Webinar, online via Zoom - the link is be provided by mail.
Participation is free, but requires registration via firstname.lastname@example.org
This course can also be requested and adapted to a special target group. Please contact us for more information.