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Scholarly articles are now available in a variety of locations, not just in published journals in print and online, but on websites for professional organizations, scholar's blogs, and government websites. The internet has created an open field for disseminating knowledge. Below are some suggestions for places to consider sharing your research.
How Do I Disseminate My Research Through Blogs and Social Networks?
Blogs and social networks are increasingly important ways of getting your work noticed:
Once your journal article is published, you should consider reaching out to institutions from which you have graduated to see if your research can be added to the institutional archive. This is usually free and provides a stable link to your work that you may then use to link to on social media accounts or in future articles, etc.
If you would like to submit your work to the SNHU Shapiro Library Archive, please use the information in the guide below: