Blogs are a platform for communicating and discussing your research before, during and after you have published. Blogging enhances the visibility of research.
Google Scholar is a search engine that indexes scholarly literature that is accessible online and provides citation counts.
Mendeley provides a convenient solution for collecting citations and references from scholarly databases and enables academics to collaborate and interact.
An open access (OA) archive is a digital archive containing research findings that are freely available for downloading.
Research at Danish universities is registered with a view to enhancing visibility of research on the internet and in order for the universities to secure basic funding.
A vast majority of funding providers require articles published in peer-revied journals which should be made freely accessible through open access
Social network media are defined as a group of technologies which all allow virtual interaction and communication between sender and receiver.
One research library participated in the launching of a new OA journal and offered help in the form of advice on copyright, visibility, trademark registration and DOI.
Zotero can collect and organise references via your browser and use them, for example, to write articles. You can work jointly with others to collect references.