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Research Publishing & Impact: Introduction

Research Publishing and Impact

Publishing your research requires these steps in order to maximise your research impact.

But, before you submit your publication, ensure you...

By sharing your research... and finally,

To measure your research impact.

Using this guide

This guide directs you to the key resources for getting published, establishing a researcher profile, and measuring and maximising your research impact.

Impact metrics can be of considerable use in:

  • deciding where to publish
  • applying for funding
  • applying for promotion or a position
  • assessing and improving research performance
  • seeking evidence of quality and impact in a discipline
  • benchmarking institutions or researchers
  • seeking collaborative opportunities
  • creating your PBRF portfolio
  • informing research policy & strategy
  • recruiting staff

Research Lifecycle - refer to Publish & Share, and Research Impact, for support as a new researcher.

Plan ahead to Manage your Data.

If you have any questions, contact your Subject Librarian

Research Support

Do you need assistance to get published, measure your research outputs or maximise your research impact?

Contact your Subject Librarian from:

Or contact these campus specialists:

What's New?

We're constantly updating this guide as we discover new resources for measuring research.


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