Bumper Year End Signals Ongoing Success for Kudos

Kudos (www.growkudos.com), the award-winning service for maximizing the reach and impact of research publications, is thrilled to report that an unprecedented number of new clients joined its services during December 2015.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists
American Nuclear Society
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB)
GlassTree Academic Publishing
Harrington Park Press
Hogrefe Publishing Group
The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
IOS Press
NACE International
SAGE Publishing
University of Technology Sydney

SAGE Publishing is adding all 900+ of its journals to Kudos having previously undertaken a pilot for a subset of journals. “We are delighted to be working with Kudos across the full portfolio of our journals, following a successful pilot over the last six months. SAGE is committed to supporting our authors through both dissemination and discoverability, enabling them to increase the impact and visibility of their research and ensuring their work is widely read,” explains Jane Makoff, Marketing Director. “Partnering with Kudos will enable us to provide our authors with a valuable new service to help them increase the usage and dissemination of their work.”

The University of Technology Sydney, is signing up for both Kudos for Publishers and Kudos for Institutions. “As a growing open access publisher, a priority for UTS ePress is to extend the reach, impact and accessibility of the content we publish,” says Belinda Tiffen, Director, Library Resources Unit at UTS. “Kudos shares our values of promoting high quality and ethical publishing and helps us broaden the support we can provide to UTS ePress authors, as well as giving us insight into the effectiveness of communications that UTS researchers undertake around works they publish elsewhere.”

If you’d like to join the growing list of publishers and institutions working with Kudos to better amplify, support and learn from researchers’ communications around their work, please let us know – particularly if you’d like to meet at one of the following forthcoming events:

Academic Publishing in Europe – Berlin, January 19–20
VALA – Libraries, Technology and the Future – Melbourne, February 9–11
ORCID Outreach Meeting – Canberra, 15–16 February
Researcher 2 Reader – London, 15–16 February