Who does what and when during the peer review process? In the second of three brief videos, We explain the process, from first submission to next steps following an editor’s decision, and how the reviewer can help improve the integrity of a scholarly article.
Integrity and Ethics: What issues do editors encounter?
Editors share some of the research integrity and publishing ethics issues they face in their roles and learn what support is available.
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.
Developing an Effective Editorial Board
Learn how an effective Editorial Board can help a journal deliver a service to its authors and readers that distinguishes it from its competitors.
Building Bridges, Not Barriers: Wiley’s Comment on Plan S
Learn how we're supporting Open Research and leading the industry in identifying sustainable approaches to Open Access publishing.
Practicing Diversity and Inclusivity: An Editor’s Role
In March 2019, Wiley welcomed a group of Editors-in-Chief for the most recent event in the Editor Symposia Series, which focused on the theme of diversity and inclusivity.
One Researcher’s Perspective on Registered Reports
One researcher shares the benefits of using Registered Reports
The Challenges Faced by Early Career Researchers
Engaging the next generation of researchers is essential to a journal’s success and sustainability and there are unique challenges and needs specific to this group.
5 Tips for Communicating Research to Policy Makers
Turning your research into tangible policy change.
The Landscape of Open Science: How Transparent Research Builds Communities
David Mellor discusses the landscape of Open Science, including data sharing, Registered Reports, and Open Research Badges.
Using Social Media to Engage With Library Users
Need some inspiration for your next library social media event? Jacky Leung, Information Instruction Librarian at HKUST shares with us tips on running a photo competition of the library.
A Day in the Life of Independent Researcher Beth Ann Fiedler
Learn about the opportunities and challenges of being an Independent Researcher.
Essential Areas for Improving Peer Review – Three Experts Share Their Views
Is there an accepted ‘standard’ for peer review? Or, could we think of peer review as an ‘aspirational framework’ consisting of some practices that meet expectations and others that could be improved?
Early Career Librarians Tell Us About Their UKSG Experiences
Interview of early career librarians attending UKSG.
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?
How to Run an Educational Journal
Learn how one society is innovating with their educational journal
4 Ingredients for Growing Journal Income
Opportunities for commercial revenue are expanding beyond the health sciences, but it's all about showing corporate sponsors that you can reach the right audience.
How One Society Is Helping Members Feel Connected
The Union for International Cancer Control is creating community by helping members feel connected.
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.
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.
Paving the Way to Open Data