Sharing your research
"The objects of sense exist only when they are perceived ; the trees therefore are in the garden, or the chairs in the parlour, no longer than while there is somebody by to perceive them."
Berkeley, G (1710) "Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge", (available online) [section 45].
"If a man speaks in the forest, and there is no woman there to hear him, is he still wrong?"
Attributed to Maura O'Connell (Sep 1997) Spin Magazine, (available online)
A key aspect of the research process is communicating and sharing your research, as a means of maximising the potential impact it will make. Reaching both a broad, but also the right audience, is key.
The information on these pages highlight policies, support and resources available to you to disseminate your research through traditional and non-traditional scholarly communication channels, as well as identifying University, Funder and best-practice requirements around including statements of affiliation and/or acknowledgements within your published research output.