Free access for research engagement platform


Tuesday, 02 June, 2020


Free access for research engagement platform

Kudos, a service for accelerating research impact, is providing the global academic community with complimentary access to its premium service to ensure researchers can continue to communicate their work while many activities are disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Researchers from over 1000 institutions around the world are using the company’s Kudos Pro platform to maximise communication, engagement and impact potential of their research. With more than 5000 researchers having signed up in the first wave, the company has now extended the sign-up period for complimentary access.

Kudos Pro comprises a toolkit for showcasing research to broad audiences. Researchers can quickly create profile pages to explain their work, generate briefings for specific audience groups, connect outputs that are distributed across other websites and track communications across a range of media. Results are collated for easy reporting and analysis. The company provides full guidance and support to assist researchers in maximising the reach and uptake of their work.

“We’re delighted that so many researchers are finding Kudos Pro useful at this time,” said Kudos CEO Melinda Kenneway. “We’re also excited that some major organisations — from scientific societies to providers of other research tools — are partnering with us to extend this offer to their communities. We’ll be making more announcements about that very shortly — but the existing level of grassroots sign-up shows that the global research community is really embracing new methods of communication to help them connect more directly with broad audiences that may be interested in or benefit from their research.”

To register for your 60 days’ free access, click here.

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