The future of research communication

  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Global Research: An Evolving Landscape

    Global Research: An Evolving Landscape

    A summary, delivered at the Wiley Editorial Symposium in Beijing, of a number of current features of the global research landscape

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  • Wiley Editor Symposium in Beijing, October 2018

    Wiley Editor Symposium in Beijing, October 2018

    Catch up on all the news from Wiley’s first Editor Symposium to be held in China

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  • Accelerating Research Discovery: New Year, New Journals

    Accelerating Research Discovery: New Year, New Journals

    Find out about the exciting new journals Wiley published in January 2018.

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  • Research Data: Sharing and Citation

    Research Data: Sharing and Citation

    Recent surveys have shown a significant increase in researchers' desire to share data. Read on to discover how, when and where to do so.

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  • The Evolving Editor: Improving Our Resources and Support for Editors Online and In-person

    The Evolving Editor: Improving Our Resources and Support for Editors Online and In-person

    The Wiley Editor Academy is now live! Learn all about how to access this valuable new resource designed to support editors.

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  • Intelligent Solutions for your Editorial Office

    Intelligent Solutions for your Editorial Office

    Learn about the Wiley Intelligent Solutions team and how their suite of data insight services can help you make better editorial decisions.

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  • Editor Profile: Professor Youshi Hong

    Editor Profile: Professor Youshi Hong

    Learn how Professor Hong, Editor-in-Chief of Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures, increased submissions and lowered turnaround times.

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  • Listening to Our Editors’ Needs: Announcing Wiley Editor Academy

    Listening to Our Editors’ Needs: Announcing Wiley Editor Academy

    Announcing the launch of Wiley Editor Academy! Tailor-made training modules for journal editors in essential tools and best practices.

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  • Editor Profile:  Professor Richard Welford

    Editor Profile: Professor Richard Welford

    Hear from Professor Welford about his long relationship with Wiley and the changes and challenges he's seen in his field over the decades.

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  • How Will Journals Publishing Transform In the Next Five Years?

    How Will Journals Publishing Transform In the Next Five Years?

    Allen Moore, Editor-in-Chief of the Open Access publication Ecology and Evolution, shares his vision for the future of publishing.

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  • Cascade Journals: What and Why?

    Cascade Journals: What and Why?

    What are cascade journals and why can they be beneficial for authors and editors alike? Read on to find out the perspectives at two journals.

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  • Are You Ready to Create a Data Policy?

    Are You Ready to Create a Data Policy?

    Listen to this podcast episode to learn how other societies are handling data archiving and how to get started on a data policy.

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  • How Can Research Influence Policy? A Q&A with Professor John Davis, Editor of EuroChoices

    How Can Research Influence Policy? A Q&A with Professor John Davis, Editor of EuroChoices

    Learn how to create policy impact from research published in your journal.

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  • Enabling More Effective Collaboration: A Q&A With Overleaf Co-founder John Hammersley

    Enabling More Effective Collaboration: A Q&A With Overleaf Co-founder John Hammersley

    In light of Wiley’s partnership with Overleaf, we speak with co-founder John Hammersley about the service and how authors can benefit from this collaborative cloud-based tool.

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  • Beyond the Headlines: the Science of Science Communication

    Beyond the Headlines: the Science of Science Communication

    Learn from four science communication experts how to communicate research more effectively and create impact.

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  • An Illustrated History of Open Science

    An Illustrated History of Open Science

    See how research communication has evolved over the last few hundred years in our short comic.

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  • Making Sense of Science for the Public

    Making Sense of Science for the Public

    Listen to this podcast episode to learn how to respond to misinformation in the media and improve public understanding of science.

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