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  • Are Colleges Meeting the Needs of Today’s Employers?

    Are Colleges Meeting the Needs of Today’s Employers?

    Looking at the "skills gap" to improve the disconnect between higher education institutions and employers.

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  • Practicing Template Temperance: How to Break Out of Your PowerPoint Rut

    Practicing Template Temperance: How to Break Out of Your PowerPoint Rut

    Have you ever noticed how often presenters’ presentations look alike? Practicing template temperance can help your presentations stand out and keep your students' attention.

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  • Why “Just Getting By” In Work and Life Is Good Enough

    Why “Just Getting By” In Work and Life Is Good Enough

    Learn how one working mom changed her personal self-appraisal from from a disheartening "so-so" to a more realistic "So what?"

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  • What Digital Archives Reveal About the History of Everest

    What Digital Archives Reveal About the History of Everest

    Our ongoing digitization project of the Royal Geographical Society’s archives reminds us just how inextricably linked history is with current events.

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  • 7 Ways to Say “No” Without Saying “No”

    7 Ways to Say “No” Without Saying “No”

    Do you find yourself saying “yes” to every request at work because you feel like you can’t say “no”? Despite being only two letters, it’s surprisingly hard to say.

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  • A Scalable Solution for Transparent Peer Review

    A Scalable Solution for Transparent Peer Review

    Discover more about a pilot on transparent peer review workflow Wiley launched in September 2018.

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  • A Day in the Life of Independent Researcher Beth Ann Fiedler

    A Day in the Life of Independent Researcher Beth Ann Fiedler

    Learn about the opportunities and challenges of being an Independent Researcher.

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  • What is Caring Pedagogy? An Introduction

    What is Caring Pedagogy? An Introduction

    What is caring pedagogy? The caring pedagogue sees herself in a relationship of reciprocity with her co-learners. Her students are people first and foremost. Come explore more about this approach.

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  • The Rise in Predatory Publishers–How Can the Scholarly Community Protect Itself?

    The Rise in Predatory Publishers–How Can the Scholarly Community Protect Itself?

    What does predatory publishing really mean and what safeguards can the scholarly publishing community take?

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  • How the Max Planck Society Helped Transform Open Access

    How the Max Planck Society Helped Transform Open Access

    Hear the story of Wiley’s groundbreaking Open Access agreement with Germany straight from one of the Projekt DEAL negotiators.

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  • 6 Coaching Techniques to Use in Your Classroom

    6 Coaching Techniques to Use in Your Classroom

    Douglas Petrick, physics teacher and track coach explores the many similarities between coaching and teaching best practices, providing tips you can use in your classroom today.

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  • Powering Up: How the Research Data Alliance Is Making Open Research a Reality

    Powering Up: How the Research Data Alliance Is Making Open Research a Reality

    Learn how the Research Data Alliance is enabling data sharing to empower researchers.

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  • 6 Study Tips You Can Use Right Now

    6 Study Tips You Can Use Right Now

    Student Natalia Munteanu shares some study tips you can begin using immediately.

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  • 6 Tips for Choosing Educational Technology

    6 Tips for Choosing Educational Technology

    When choosing an online technology for your courses, the selection process doesn’t have to be complicated. Consider the following six technology necessities during the decision-making.

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  • Timeliness: An Essential Area for Better Peer Review

    Timeliness: An Essential Area for Better Peer Review

    Timely publication means research results are published when they are most relevant for further research.

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  • Media Literacy: What Does It Mean for the Classroom and Beyond?

    Media Literacy: What Does It Mean for the Classroom and Beyond?

    Are your students media literate? Find out how media literacy helps students think critically about the reliability of news outlets as source material when conducting reseach for writing assignments.

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  • Fairness: An Essential Area for Better Peer Review

    Fairness: An Essential Area for Better Peer Review

    How do we achieve "fairer" peer review?

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  • How to Create High Stakeholder Engagement: FrontRunner Podcast Series

    How to Create High Stakeholder Engagement: FrontRunner Podcast Series

    How can organizations create high engagement among stakeholders to unlock the potential to develop significant innovations? Find out as host James Bowen interviews Tony Lingham of Antioch University.

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  • 5 Ways to Avoid Burnout at Work

    5 Ways to Avoid Burnout at Work

    Every day, millions of employees inch closer to burning out at their jobs. Whatever the reasons, there are ways you can fight to keep your sanity at work so you don’t become the next casualty.

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  • How We’re Taking Steps to Close the Gender Pay Gap

    How We’re Taking Steps to Close the Gender Pay Gap

    Working on initiatives to close the gender pay gap is taking us on an exciting journey.

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