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Why More Journals Are Joining Our Transparent Peer Review Pilot
Learn about the next stage of our Transparent Peer Review Pilot.
Why Members in Asia Pacific Are Unlike Members Anywhere Else
Based on our survey results, the key to winning over members in Asia Pacific may not be traditional society benefits.
All Great Brands Do These 3 Things
What’s all the fuss about branding? According to brand expert Rita Clifton, brand is your greatest asset and (if managed well) best tool for long term sustainability.
Why Should Editors Embrace Registered Reports?
A Q&A with the Editor-in-Chief of Cancer Reports about the Registered Reports Initiative
Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) 101
Learn about the many valuable resources COPE provides which can help you create and promote ethical standards in your journal’s practice.
Taking Steps Towards Higher Quality in Peer Review: Our Better Peer Review Self-Assessment
Our findings from Wiley's Better Peer Review initiative.
How Do Researchers Feel About Open Peer Review?
Results from Wiley's Open Research Survey on Peer Review
Inside the Collection: The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)
From the role of women to colonialism in Africa, this lookbook demonstrates the scope of geographical research and provides a window into the foremost geographers and expeditions of our time.
What Happens at a Peer Review Workshop?
One researcher shares what she learned at a recent peer review workshop run by Sense About Science
How Altmetrics Can Help Demonstrate Impact and Support Open Research
Learn two easy ways tools from Altmetric can help track and promote the online attention around published research.
Data: The New Second Language
Regardless of industry, everyone needs data literacy in the new digital economy.
How Research Can Influence Policy and How One Society Is Getting Involved
If you only had three minutes to convince someone how important it is to make evidence-based policy decisions, what would you say?
A Brief Introduction to Common Criteria for Evaluative Indexing Services
Practical guidance to help your journal get accepted into bibliographic databases such as Web of Science, Scopus, and PubMed.
Coming Soon! The 2019 Wiley Humanities Festival
Find out more about the 2019 Wiley Humanities Festival as we announce this year's theme!
3 Deals in 3 Minutes
Liz Ferguson, VP of Open Research, walks us through the three different transformational deals between Wiley and our partners.
The Pressures of a Career in Research
Addressing the range of pressures for careers in research or academia.
Newcomer’s Guide for Working with Researchers from India
The second in a series of articles designed to help our editors hone cross-cultural communication skills that can be very useful in working with authors, board members, and editors of other journals.
Top Tips for Conference Engagement as An Editor
Attending a conference? This blog post offers some top tips and advice to help editors engage, network and promote their journal.
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.
Preserving the Past: A Q&A with Conservator Catt Thompson-Baum