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Researcher Services and Support: Promoting Your Research

Thinking of publishing? This guide contains everything you need to know about the publishing lifecycle, copyright, self-archiving, and promoting your research.

Tips to Increase Your Visibility

 Archive your research in an open access repository

- Consider publishing in an open access journal. Consult the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) for trustworthy OA titles. 

- Link your research on a personal website to make it discoverable by Google Scholar and other search engines

- Include keywords and abstracts when linking your article to ensure they are easily discovered

- Develop your online identity using ORCIDScopus Author ID, Google Scholar profiles, and others. Link your NIH Biosketch and Scopus Author ID accounts to ORCID.

- Share publications with research management tools like Mendeley, ResearchGate, CiteULike, Academia.edu, Zotero, and others

- Share your data with Figshare

- Share your presentations with SlideShare

- Get credit for your peer review activities with Publons

Increasing the Visibility of Your Research

Taylor & Francis Infographic

"Tweet Your Research: A How To Guide" from Taylor & Francis Author Services

http://authorservices.taylorandfrancis.com/tweet-your-research/

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