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Choosing a journal
It is important to choose which journal you publish in carefully to maximize dissemination, visibility and citations to your research.
Introduction to peer review (refereeing), how it works, how to get credit for it, and latest developments.
Copyright, Licences and Authors' Rights
Authors are often unsure what rights they retain when signing a publisher agreement for a journal article.
Making your publications 'Open Access' is increasingly important, as it improves the visibility of your work and helps ensure your eligibility for the next REF. In addition, many funding bodies require grant holders to make their publications open access.
Managing your research data effectively is important so that you can create, collect and use data effectively; ensure your data is safely backed up and preserved for the future; make sure your data is available to others (which in some cases may be required by your funder)
Get an ORCID (a unique researcher identifier) to link your outputs and distinguish yourself from other authors