The journal community (authors, reviewers, editorial boards)

  • Talking Gender Diversity in Political Science Journals

    Talking Gender Diversity in Political Science Journals

    We spoke to political scientists about how to promote gender diversity in the field and in research communications.

    Read Article
  • 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.

    Read Article
  • Every Good Paper Deserves a Home at Wiley

    Every Good Paper Deserves a Home at Wiley

    Learn about the benefits of the article referral for authors and editors alike

    Read Article
  • Accelerating Research Discovery Through Content Sharing

    Accelerating Research Discovery Through Content Sharing

    Learn how and where research can be shared in order to enhance collaboration and discovery.

    Read Article
  • The Impact of CAS Journal Ranking System in China

    The Impact of CAS Journal Ranking System in China

    Read all about the Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) Journal Ranking system and how it is evaluated.

    Read Article
  • The Creation of a Junior Editorial Board: Generating Opportunities for ECRs While Revitalizing a Journal

    The Creation of a Junior Editorial Board: Generating Opportunities for ECRs While Revitalizing a Journal

    Learn how engaging Early Career Researchers on your Editorial Board can bring new life to your journal.

    Read Article
  • Editors' Learnings from Early Career Researchers (ECRs)

    Editors' Learnings from Early Career Researchers (ECRs)

    Two Editors-in-Chief met with Wiley staff and a panel of ECRs to discuss challenges and opportunities within the scholarly publishing community. Read on to find out more.

    Read Article
  • What Can ORCID Do for You (and Your Authors)?

    What Can ORCID Do for You (and Your Authors)?

    Read all about ORCID and how their iDs can be incorporated into your journal workflow to create authoritative links with authors.

    Read Article
  • Cover Features: Maximizing Author and Journal Impact

    Cover Features: Maximizing Author and Journal Impact

    Learn how Wiley's Cover Features can help to highlight your journal's articles and drive greater engagement.

    Read Article
  • Four Ways You Can Help Early Career Researchers to Publish

    Four Ways You Can Help Early Career Researchers to Publish

    A quick summary of four Wiley resources that can be shared with ECRs in your network to help them on the publishing path. Wiley has a wealth of resources for Early Career Researchers (ECRs). Here, w

    Read Article
  • Extending the Reach and Visibility of Research with Video Abstracts

    Extending the Reach and Visibility of Research with Video Abstracts

    Learn how video abstracts can boost the profile of your articles and increase engagement.

    Read Article
  • Uncovering the Needs of Early Career Researchers

    Uncovering the Needs of Early Career Researchers

    An update on a recent Early Career Researcher workshop held to identify the challenges they face.

    Read Article
  • The Relevance of Balance

    The Relevance of Balance

    One Editor-in-Chief's experience of establishing gender balance on the Editorial Board. Read on to find out more.

    Read Article
  • How Should Journals Adapt to the Needs of the Next Generation of Researchers?

    How Should Journals Adapt to the Needs of the Next Generation of Researchers?

    We reflect on a roundtable for early career researchers identifying 'pains and gains' across various aspects of the research process.

    Read Article
  • How an Editor-in-Chief’s Location Influences the Regional Distribution of Reviewers

    How an Editor-in-Chief’s Location Influences the Regional Distribution of Reviewers

    Wiley's Peer Review Management team analyses the regional imbalance in location of authors versus that of reviewers. Read on to discover their conclusions.

    Read Article
  • loading
    Loading More...