Most read LUP article on Kudos

Alison Levine comments on her paper published in Contemporary French Civilization and how she used Kudos to promote her paper, which is now the most viewed Liverpool University Press article on Kudos… I’ve just discovered that my article published in Contemporary French Civilization (CFC) in 2015, ‘Film, propaganda, and politics: La France est un empire, … Continue reading


LUP extends support for author sharing by adopting Kudos S-PDF

Kudos, the award-winning platform for managing research dissemination, has announced 7 more publisher partners have signed up to switch on the Shareable PDF (S-PDF) feature and enable their authors to use Kudos for managing and evaluating PDF-based sharing. S-PDF makes it easy for researchers to create and share plain language summaries of their work, encapsulated … Continue reading


MLO authors can now use Kudos to promote their research

Authors published on Modern Languages Open, a peer-reviewed platform for the open access publication of research from across the modern languages, can now use Kudos to promote their research. Liverpool University Press  is partnered with Kudos – a service that provides tools for researchers to maximise the visibility and reach of their published journal articles – in order … Continue reading

Author Guides

How to get the most out of Kudos: For authors

What is Kudos? Kudos is a web-based service that aims to help increase the visibility and impact of research and build academic reputations. It is free for researchers. How does Kudos increase the impact of your research? Your research has been published and with the aim of increasing readership, you have shared or promoted it … Continue reading

Author Guides

Why should academics use social media?

At the University Press Redux in March, Ann Lawson of Kudos explained how their latest study revealed that 88% of researchers thought that more could be done to increase the visibility and impact of their work. Of these researchers 91% were supportive of sharing their own work. So what are the options? Why should academics be doing this? “impact on a … Continue reading