ProQuest, an EdTech leader with the world’s largest collection of curated dissertations and theses, and Kudos, the award-winning networking and communications tracking service for accelerating research impact, have announced an initiative that will help graduate students get the best possible exposure for their publications.
Authors of dissertations published on the ProQuest® platform can now promote themselves using Kudos Pro at a deeply discounted subscription rate. Kudos Pro is a toolkit that helps authors build visibility of their work. The platform collates a range of metrics to help graduates understand and report on the performance of their publications and outreach activities.
ProQuest is committed to preserving, collecting, and disseminating graduate works from institutions all over the world. Through digitization and preservation activities, the company curates a growing global collection of more than 5 million dissertations and theses.
Early career researchers are already grappling with employment challenges, likely to become more acute as the industry adjusts to the new environment of virtual working and increasing competition for funds and placements. Kudos and ProQuest are committed to bringing the latest technology to help graduate students leverage their publications and other research outputs and activities to optimise their career success. Graduate students can sign up, or find out more, at https://info.growkudos.com/kudos-pro-proquest.
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