Why create a video abstract?
Video abstracts are a new way to showcase research. Creating a video abstract can bring 10x audience to engage with your research article, data-set or idea. An open access publisher has produced a short video on why video abstracts are important & how they can drive much greater engagement & collaboration with research. Click here to view the video.
How do I create a video abstract?
You can do it yourself using Thinkable's guide or you could contact your university or organisation's media and communications department who can help in producing and creating your research video. Here is video that also gives you some helpful tips on how to create one.
Who can I contact for help?
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