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  • How to Run an Educational Journal

    How to Run an Educational Journal

    Learn how one society is innovating with their educational journal

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  • How One Society Is Helping Members Feel Connected

    How One Society Is Helping Members Feel Connected

    The Union for International Cancer Control is creating community by helping members feel connected.

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  • The Power of Collaboration to Support Open Research

    The Power of Collaboration to Support Open Research

    Liz Ferguson describes the story behind the Projekt Deal agreement with Germany and the overwhelmingly positive reaction from the research community.

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  • Early Career Librarian Series: Library Advocacy Through Licensing

    Early Career Librarian Series: Library Advocacy Through Licensing

    Where to start when it comes to negotiating licenses? Remember you are not alone! There are many other librarians out there who have the same questions as you.

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  • Paving the Way to Open Data

    Paving the Way to Open Data

    Our goal is to give you what you want or need so you can share your research data alongside your article. The full story is in our preprint, but here are some highlights.

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  • Synthetic Journal Articles Could Drive Real Research Progress

    Synthetic Journal Articles Could Drive Real Research Progress

    How a machine learns to write and its implications or uses in academic publishing.

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  • Academic Libraries in Eastern Europe and Central Asia: One Librarian’s Perspective

    Academic Libraries in Eastern Europe and Central Asia: One Librarian’s Perspective

    One librarian from Kazakhstan shares her experience at the NEICON conference and her perspective as an Eastern European library professional.

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  • Reporting Clinical Trial Results – The Why and the How

    Reporting Clinical Trial Results – The Why and the How

    Sense about Science explains why and how researchers should share the results of their clinical trials.

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  • Early Career Librarian Series: The Benefits of Public and Academic Library Collaborations

    Early Career Librarian Series: The Benefits of Public and Academic Library Collaborations

    You might wonder why you should bother reaching out to collaborate with your academic or public librarian counterpart. Think the benefits wouldn’t make it worth the effort? Think again!

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  • How ORCID Benefits Journals Without Negatively Impacting Submissions

    How ORCID Benefits Journals Without Negatively Impacting Submissions

    ORCID, the researcher persistent digital identifier, reliably connects researchers to their contributions and affiliations to increase discoverability, recognition, and research collaboration.

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  • Discoveries from the World’s Natural Laboratories-This Year’s ASPIRE Prize for Young Scientists

    Discoveries from the World’s Natural Laboratories-This Year’s ASPIRE Prize for Young Scientists

    Learn more about this year's ASPIRE Prize for Young Scientists.

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  • Early Career Librarian Series: Advocate for Your Campus Library

    Early Career Librarian Series: Advocate for Your Campus Library

    Advocating for library services on campus can take many different forms and varying time commitments. Here are some ideas to get the ball rolling on your campus!

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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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  • Celebrating National Library Week 2019: Libraries = Strong Communities

    Celebrating National Library Week 2019: Libraries = Strong Communities

    Each year, National Library Week celebrates the transformative impact of libraries and librarians on research, learning and the community-explore the ways libraries play essential roles.

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  • Early Career Librarian Series: Incorporating Painless Feedback into Your Library Instruction

    Early Career Librarian Series: Incorporating Painless Feedback into Your Library Instruction

    Feedback and assessment are important components of a successful instruction program. Here are a couple of quick and easy ways to incorporate useful feedback mechanisms!

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  • Librarians Share The Latest Tech Trends Making Libraries Better

    Librarians Share The Latest Tech Trends Making Libraries Better

    With ever-evolving technology and innovation strides taken within the GLAM sector, how do librarians harness these various digital tools to best meet user needs?

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  • Are You Keeping Early Career Researchers Happy?

    Are You Keeping Early Career Researchers Happy?

    Researchers with less than 5 years of experience want different things from membership.

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  • An Instructor’s Guide to Less Panicking and More Planning at Term’s End

    An Instructor’s Guide to Less Panicking and More Planning at Term’s End

    Do you find yourself panicking and scrambling at the end of the term? Learn how one educator eases the stress using five strategies to stay calm, cool, and collected at semester's end.

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  • Celebrate Mentors and Role Models for International Women’s Day

    Celebrate Mentors and Role Models for International Women’s Day

    Wiley’s 3rd annual Women in Research Travel Grant Competition celebrates the critical importance of representation through role models and mentors. Our judges shared their thoughts.

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  • Integrity: An Essential Area for Better Peer Review

    Integrity: An Essential Area for Better Peer Review

    What does better peer review look like? We begin by considering the whole peer review publishing process, not just the act of peer review itself.

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