Dissemination and Authorship

To help maximise dissemination efforts beyond our own reach, we ensure that each group we work with has the copyright and authorship of their article for unlimited and unrestricted use outside of our publication. We provide high- and low-resolution PDFs so that each group has the ability to host the article on a webpage, use as an email newsletter or print locally for posters, dissemination brochures and teaching material for the classroom, workshops or conferences.

 

A Scientia article can act as an introduction to your studies, so we reference any original papers used as the basis of the article so that interested parties can learn more. See an example article here.

We assign a DOI to each article, and authorship is given to the profiled researcher of each article, for ease of referencing and searching. This allows the article’s impact to extend well beyond our own communication channels and reach.


All articles are published and printed in our publication and are available individually in our digital repository library on scientia.global. They can be read, downloaded, and shared by any visitor to the site.


Scientia’s article pages are optimised to perform well in organic search results. Many readers still rely primarily on search engines such as Google to discover relevant content. As Scientia is fully open access, any visitor arriving at scientia.global can immediately access your work.

 

A major benefit of Scientia is the personal use element. We truly want your article to go further than being published in Scientia; we want this to become a valuable communication tool that can be used time and time again. Here is a small selection of how some of the groups we have worked with are personally utilising their articles::

 

Examples of external hosting and personal usage:

https://legacy.nccu.edu/academics/sc/artsandsciences/mathandphysics/page2.cfm
https://nfcenter.wustl.edu/about-us/nf-center-overview/
https://www.nigms.nih.gov/about/director/pages/default.aspx
http://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/c.bangham

 

Examples of articles promoted through an Institute website:

https://www.uni-marburg.de/sfb1083/aktuelles/news/2018-10-20?language_sync=1
http://www.zellweger.org.uk/articles/
https://advancenews.fiu.edu/dr-suzanna-rose-addressing-inequality-in-education/

Example of articles being used by the general public:

https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/5997qa/tv-weathercasters-are-being-recruited-to-convince-people-climate-change-is-real

https://hwbka.org.uk/pollinator-decline-implications-for-food-security-environment/

https://www.onlineholistichealth.com/why-a-whole-food-based-diet-can-treat-prevent-many-health-conditions/

http://thedailyangle.com/2019/02/21/science/why-speech-is-a-human-innovation/

https://www.spinalcure.org.au/injectable-peptide-might-help-spinal-cord-injury-patients-walk-again/

 

If you are interested in learning more on how we can support you with your broader communication efforts, then please submit your details and we shall arrange brief consultation with our publication manager.