Open Access Week has arrived, so to celebrate all things Open Access (OA) we asked some of the researchers who have published OA with us in the last few years to tell us about their research ‘story’ – why they choose to publish their work OA, what reception their article received, and how they found… Read more »
Times have changed for researchers. Gone are the days when you could publish your article and then just wait for your work to be discovered and recognized by your peers.
Ten tried and tested tips to ensure that the right people find, read, and share your published research.
Blogging can hone your writing skills, pushing you to write in a more accessible style. Such a skill is highly valuable as researchers strive to ensure their work has as wide a readership as possible, driving tweets, shares, likes, impact, and citations.
The Altmetric data available on Taylor & Francis Online enables you to see the attention your article is getting across traditional and social media outlets, blogs, public policy documents, post-publication peer-review forums, and online reference managers.