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<p>Green, Gold and Getting Out There: How your choice of publisher services can affect your research profile and engagement</p> <p><em>Abstract:</em> In today’s academic world, it is important for every researcher to raise their profile and get maximum engagement with their publications. The rapid rise of Open Access in publishing reflects that need. But what are the differences between the Open Access formats – Green, Gold, and more? When choosing a publishing route (and particular publisher), you know that peer review and indexing are major quality indicators, but what extraordinary services should researchers be selectively seeking, and how can these help ensure better visibility and recognition?</p> <p>At Frontiers, we were born digital and fully open access, with the ongoing aim of constantly innovating to meet the needs of our academic authors. Let’s talk about what discoverability tools a top-level academic publisher should offer (and how Frontiers provides these): from article-level to author impact metrics and networking tools, to community engagement and targeted research promotion.</p> <p><em>Talk attached in PDF and Slideshow formats.</em></p> <p>Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics </p> <p>Editorial Program Manager: Laura Henderson</p> <p><a href="http://www.frontiersin.org" rel="nofollow">www.frontiersin.org</a></p>
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