- Research Dissemination
- Guidance for Using Social Media to Increase Research Impact
- Academic Research on High Impact Research Dissemination
This general research dissemination workbook will provide a template for researchers to produce a plan to distribute findings to the general public using a variety of strategies. Applicable to many disciplines.
Writing Effective Evaluation and Dissemination Plans
This document presents several guiding questions that can assist a researcher in developing a cohesive and complete research dissemination plan.
This handbook, prepared by the London School of Economics, aims to show social scientists how to use various tools and techniques to disseminate research outside of traditional publishing channels.
This set of worksheets and additional guiding questions will provide researchers with assistance in developing a dissemination plan.
This tool was developed to help researchers evaluate their research and develop appropriate dissemination plans.
The Impact Toolkit is designed to strengthen the capacity of arts organizations to collect and apply impact data.
An introduction to preparing scholarship for publication, dissemination strategies, and keeping track of research.
AU Library Resources
The American University library has access to several research tools and websites that can assist faculty in presenting, disseminating, and publicizing research. Library resources include research data management support, ORCID, Geospatial Research Lab, and scholarly metrics assistance.
Researchers pulled together an experiment to determine whether research shared in economics blogs had an effect on economic policy. They provide some quantitative evidence that blogs can positively impact researcher/university reputation, build influence within academic circles, and shape thinking on economic policy.
This research article aims to quantify the impact of social media releases on views and downloads of articles in the clinical pain sciences.
This research article presents systematic scientific evidence that altmetrics are valid proxies of impact. This study compares 11 altmetrics with Web of Science citations.