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  • Data: The New Second Language

    Data: The New Second Language

    Regardless of industry, everyone needs data literacy in the new digital economy.

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  • 3 Deals in 3 Minutes

    3 Deals in 3 Minutes

    Liz Ferguson, VP of Open Research, walks us through the three different transformational deals between Wiley and our partners.

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  • The Truth Behind the Lone Genius Myth

    The Truth Behind the Lone Genius Myth

    Dr. Jennifer Rohn takes us behind the scenes to see the vibrant collaborations that we don't always get to see.

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  • What History Can Tell Us About the First Anti-Vaccination Movements and Smallpox

    What History Can Tell Us About the First Anti-Vaccination Movements and Smallpox

    The anti-vaccination movement is not a new phenomenon. Learn about the first anti-vaxxers from the archives of the Royal College of Physicians.

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  • How to Sell Services Online

    How to Sell Services Online

    Selling services in an online environment is different than pushing a product. Ryan Nahas highlights the importance of using empathy and software to establish customer relationships in this market.

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  • 4 Tips for Marketing Your Digital Library

    4 Tips for Marketing Your Digital Library

    How should libraries promote an information service that cannot be physically seen, held or even entered in the digital age that we live in today?

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  • 6 Ways to Ensure Your Assessment Practices are Fair and Unbiased

    6 Ways to Ensure Your Assessment Practices are Fair and Unbiased

    No one wants to use an assessment tool with obvious stereotyping or offensive material, of course. The following tips minimize the possibility of inequities.

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  • How to Better Engage with Your Research Community – Tips from Ecology Researchers in China

    How to Better Engage with Your Research Community – Tips from Ecology Researchers in China

    Chinese Ecologists and Wiley staff participated in a Wiley Ecology Roundtable in Beijing and had very informative discussions about the field and the broader research publishing landscape.

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  • Is Interdisciplinary the Future of Research?

    Is Interdisciplinary the Future of Research?

    Are we too siloed into disciplines? Can researchers work together across multiple fields to solve complex challenges?

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  • 13 Steps to Better Collaboration for Researchers

    13 Steps to Better Collaboration for Researchers

    Learn how to improve your research process through better collaboration.

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  • Fostering Diversity and Mentorship in Research

    Fostering Diversity and Mentorship in Research

    Meet the winner of our 2019 Women in Research Travel Grant and learn what mentorship means to her.

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  • What do Rolex Watches and Mount Everest Have in Common?

    What do Rolex Watches and Mount Everest Have in Common?

    Everest exploration from the Royal Geographical Society archive.

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  • Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Maintaining Customer Trust Amidst Turnover

    Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Maintaining Customer Trust Amidst Turnover

    Change is never easy, but it’s within your control to make a transition transparent and smooth.

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  • 3 Ways Learned Societies Can Support Open Research

    3 Ways Learned Societies Can Support Open Research

    Survey results show that researchers want societies to engage with Open Research.

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  • Recruiting for Difference

    Recruiting for Difference

    Learn to transform your organization’s culture with practical strategies.

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  • The Right Team And The Right Time: One Society’s Journey With Open Access

    The Right Team And The Right Time: One Society’s Journey With Open Access

    The CEO of the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics shares strategic tips for making the transition from subscription to Open Access.

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  • Is Technology Adoption in Higher Ed Keeping Pace With Change?

    Is Technology Adoption in Higher Ed Keeping Pace With Change?

    While there’s an understanding at institutions that digital will ultimately transform the university model, the adoption of new technologies necessary for improvement is slow.

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  • How to Foster Wellness in Organizations: Frontrunner Podcast Series

    How to Foster Wellness in Organizations: Frontrunner Podcast Series

    Organizations can create people-focused environments by aligning wellness to the institution’s core values. Jennifer Buchanan shares her ideas on the benefits of wellness in modern organizations.

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  • 5 Lessons Learned from My Mentoring Experience

    5 Lessons Learned from My Mentoring Experience

    Here are five teaching takeaways I learned as a mentor this past year. Consider these tips for a positive mentoring experience in any academic setting.

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  • Rediscovering History in Society Archives

    Rediscovering History in Society Archives

    When the Royal Anthropological Institute decided to work with Wiley to digitize their records, they got more than they expected.

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