Blogs

  • Why Should Editors Embrace Registered Reports?

    Why Should Editors Embrace Registered Reports?

    A Q&A with the Editor-in-Chief of Cancer Reports about the Registered Reports Initiative

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  • Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) 101

    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.

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  • A Brief Introduction to Common Criteria for Evaluative Indexing Services

    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.

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  • Newcomer’s Guide for Working with Researchers from India

    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.

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  • Top Tips for Conference Engagement as An Editor

    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.

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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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  • Increasing Transparency in the Scholarly Workflow

    Increasing Transparency in the Scholarly Workflow

    Read about a recent Society for Scholarly Publishing session which explored mitigating the risk of misrepresentation of peer reviewed articles during a time when science itself is being challenged.

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  • Unknown Unknowns: Using Topic Modeling to Build a Better Editorial Board

    Unknown Unknowns: Using Topic Modeling to Build a Better Editorial Board

    A machine-learning technique called topic modeling can drive diversity and inclusion in many aspects of journal publishing.

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  • Special Thematic Issues: Commissioning Content for the Betterment of Your Journal

    Special Thematic Issues: Commissioning Content for the Betterment of Your Journal

    Special Issues can dramatically increase engagement with your journal’s community. Learn more about a recent workshop on the subject.

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  • Peer Review Best Practices—A Workshop from Wiley Editor Symposium, Hoboken 2019

    Peer Review Best Practices—A Workshop from Wiley Editor Symposium, Hoboken 2019

    View the presentation slides on a Wiley Editor Symposium workshop centered around five principles for better peer review: Integrity, Ethics, Fairness, Usefulness, and Timeliness.

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  • Integrity and Ethics: What Issues do Editors Encounter?

    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.

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  • Developing an Effective Editorial Board

    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.

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  • The Landscape of Open Science: How Transparent Research Builds Communities

    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.

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  • How open is your research community?

    How open is your research community?

    At Wiley, we are supporting the aspirations of our research communities by “opening up” the research and publishing process to enhance the accessibility and transparency of research outputs.

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  • Working with Researchers from China

    Working with Researchers from China

    The first 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.

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  • Managing Editorial Teams When Based Remotely

    Managing Editorial Teams When Based Remotely

    The first in a series of articles where we discuss with Editor(s)-in-Chief some of the challenges they face when working remotely and steps they have taken to overcome them.

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  • Supporting Early Career Researchers

    Supporting Early Career Researchers

    Academic journals have traditionally focused on working with established researchers, but there is a growing realization that journals also need to support and involve early career researchers.

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  • Better Peer Review

    Better Peer Review

    The Better Peer Review Self-Assessment helps a journal team member identify where you are doing brilliantly, suggests improvements, and offers context with what your peers are doing at other journals.

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  • What Better Peer Review Looks Like

    What Better Peer Review Looks Like

    In the age of ‘fake news’, it is more important than ever that journals are trusted as sources of accurate information. Read how Wiley’s Better Peer Review Self-Assessment can help.

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  • The Wiley Editor Companion

    The Wiley Editor Companion

    A concise overview of the editorial process advising you on all steps in the process of editing a journal.

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