Giving a seminar is a great way to enhance the accessibility, reach and impact of your research, and promote your credentials as a researcher, helping you stand out in an increasingly competitive job market. This is why the Graduate School has partnered with Cassyni to offer all PhD students and Postdocs the opportunity to record and publish seminars about their latest research papers.
The service is currently free through to the end of May, and will result in a published seminar recording with a DOI that can be shared widely with colleagues, and embedded on your homepage and in your social media feeds. Seminars will also be indexed in Cassyni Discover, the world’s largest index of academic seminars, and by Google.
Here are some examples of recent seminars published on Cassyni:
Full details of how to use the service are available here: https://cassyni.com/publish
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