Dissemination of papers from IAES journals

Dissemination of research papers through an online repository is the process of making research papers accessible to the public by uploading them to a digital platform specifically designed to store and share research results. Such repositories may be affiliated with a university or research organization, focus on a specific field of study, or accept research from multiple disciplines.

A key component in paper dissemination is easy access for a wide audience without barriers, such as paywalls. The types of research that can be uploaded to this repository include journal articles, conference papers, theses, dissertations, pre-prints, datasets, and supplementary materials or modules. By disseminating research through an online repository, researchers and authors can expand the reach and impact of their work, contribute to the advancement of knowledge in their field, and provide wider benefits.

Disseminating research papers through online repositories offers many advantages, which can significantly increase the reach and impact of a paper. Here are the main benefits:

  1. Increased visibility: enhances research discovery by making it easily accessible online.
  2. Faster dissemination: enables rapid dissemination of research findings, especially through pre-prints.
  3. Permanent archive: provides stable and long-term storage, ensuring research remains accessible over time.
  4. Open-access compliance: helps researchers fulfill requirements from funding agencies and institutions to make their work publicly available.
  5. Increased collaboration: facilitates engagement with other researchers and the public, encouraging collaboration and discussion.

IAES papers are distributed on many online repository platforms, such as Zenodo, Scilit, Academia, SlideShare, Archive, Scribd, etc. We hope that each author can help us by disseminating their published papers to their social media accounts, such as ORCID, Google scholar, ResearchGate, etc. Let us spread knowledge as widely as possible so that it can benefit life and the progress of civilization.

By: I. Busthomi