START DATE22/04/2021 - 15:00
END DATE22/04/2021 - 16:30
Research impact is becoming more and more important in the academic and non-academic world. Researchers need to show the impact of their research to secure funding and develop their career. Further, impactful academic research has the potential to improve the world we live in. It can enrich our culture, improve our health, develop our laws, inform our policies, invent new technology, and boost our quality of life.
This webinar will provide useful information to help authors promote their published research and increase the visibility and impact of their work.
The webinar will cover the following topics with examples and the opportunity to ask questions:
- What is research impact? Why does it matter?
- Importance and benefits on a researcher’s career to amplify their work.
- Exploring the channels available to researchers to promote their work.
- Importance of media and social media promotion.
- Where to find help and support to promote ones published work.
Who should attend?
The session is open to researchers/students at any career stage and from all disciplines.
All participants will receive a webinar attendance certificate.
When will this webinar take place?
This 90min webinar will take place on Thursday, April 22 from 3:00pm IST onwards. Please ensure you confirm the timing in the time zone where you are based!
Will participants be able to ask questions?
Webinar participants will be able to submit questions to the speakers during the webinar in writing via the chat function. Open questions will be addressed in a subsequent interactive Q&A session.
Registration is now open. Space is limited, and attendance is on a first come first serve basis. The presentations will all be held in English. This webinar is entirely for free.
This webinar is organised in partnership with Taylor & Francis.
About the Speaker
Luke Antieul, Director of Marketing for Researchers at Taylor & Francis
Luke has been with Taylor & Francis for seven years, working in a number of roles that support researchers to find the right journal for their research and achieve their publishing goals. Most recently Luke has worked specifically on our full open access journals and worked to educate authors on the benefits of publishing under this model. Prior to joining Taylor & Francis, Luke’s background was in Geography and he completed his BSc at the University of Southampton, UK.