Increasing Research Impact

    11/11/2021 - 17:00
    Australia, Webinar
    11/11/2021 - 18:00
    EURAXESS Australia & New Zealand in collaboration with Taylor & Francis

Are you looking to amplify your research and make your mark? Do you want to learn more about the promotional tools at your fingertips?

EURAXESS Australia & New Zealand in collaboration with Taylor & Francis, present a webinar to help you promote your published research.

  • We’ll begin by explaining why promoting your research is important and the benefit it can have on your career.

  • We’ll then explore the channels available to you and think about the times when each one may be used, with a particular focus on media promotion and social media.

  • Finally, we’ll discuss some of the other places authors can find help and support.

  • There’ll be lots of chance for you to ask any questions you may have too.

This free webinar is directed at researchers of all disciplines and all nationalities.

Watch the Recording Below

Agenda & Downloads

  • Increasing Research Impact (1.99 MB) Luke Antieul, Director of Marketing for Researchers, Taylor & Francis

  • Interactive Q&A: Moderated by Nishant Shandilya, Regional Coordinator, EURAXESS Australia & New Zealand

Speaker Profile

Luke Antieul is the 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.

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Increasing Research Impact