Individual funding bodies have differing criteria for research funding applications. Yet most criteria are designed to achieve the impacts that globally defined by United Nation as, SDG (Sustainable Development Goals). In this workshop, participants are guided by the storyboard of Big Why-WhyWhat to design their research. Primary focus is helping the researchers to sharpen their…
Research contents need to be transformed into good stories prior to any attempt of social media engagement. Using the ies storyboarding of Big why-why-what, scientific publications can be repurposed for the audience’s interest of “so-what”.
Through this one day workshop at each strategic cities, namely, Singapore, Jakarta, Manila, HCM City, Bangkok and Malaysia, this workshop will showcase and share all the essential facilities provided by Crossref in support university scientific publishing for better dissemination and research visibility. Ultimately this helps university research to bring impact to the society
By increasing the research visibility online, the manuscript readership has gone up by more than 10%. Potentially this will lead to higher citation counts and research impacts. At the same time the increase of visibility would invite greater scrutiny of research integrity.