Publishing strategy for researchers
This course provides guidance about the publishing process, focusing on choices that can impact the findability, accessibility and visibility of your research.
Target group: Ph.d. candidates, early-career researchers, scientific staff
Aim and content: A good publishing strategy can increase the findability, accessibility and visibility of your work. In this course, we provide guidance about various choices during the publishing process and post-publication.
Knowledge about how the choices you can take as a researcher can affect the findability, accessibility and visibility of your work, including:
- choice of publishing channel
- use of terminology
- sharing of data/code
- using academic profiles
- can critically assess your own publishing strategy
Languages: Norwegian, English.
Duration: 2-3 hours
Web-based resources: Publishing strategy webpage from the library
Course provider: University Library