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Progressing Towards Transparency – More Journals Join Our Transparent Peer Review Pilot
Greater openness and reproducibility of research, including increasing transparency in peer review.
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How One Researcher Is Looking to Improve Peer Review
Assessing how and why journals innovate their editorial practices and the consequences of such innovations.
Wiley's New Open Access Agreement With Germany and What It Means for You
Listen to this webinar to hear more about the new open access agreement for authors.
These Two Former Researchers Are Laser-Focused on Bettering Research Communications
Support and improvement of the “open research” and “open science” practices for researchers.
6 Tips for Researchers for Engaging with the Media
Learn the basics on how to engage with the media as a researcher.
How Is the Public Being Misled About Research?
Endless research results combined with extensive communications and media access have led to an ecosystem that can fall victim to abuse and misinterpretation.
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.
A Scalable Solution for Transparent Peer Review
Discover more about a pilot on transparent peer review workflow Wiley launched in September 2018.
One Researcher’s Perspective on Registered Reports
One researcher shares the benefits of using Registered Reports
5 Tips for Communicating Research to Policy Makers
Turning your research into tangible policy change.
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?
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?
Paving the Way to Open Data
Our goal is to give you what you want or need so you can share your research data alongside your article. The full story is in our preprint, but here are some highlights.
Synthetic Journal Articles Could Drive Real Research Progress
How a machine learns to write and its implications or uses in academic publishing.
Reporting Clinical Trial Results – The Why and the How
Sense about Science explains why and how researchers should share the results of their clinical trials.
4 Tips for Students Who Want to Publish
To assist new researchers in navigating the world of scientific authorship, here are some tips that will help create a flow between classwork and research.
Timeliness: An Essential Area for Better Peer Review
Timely publication means research results are published when they are most relevant for further research.
A Day In the Life of a Business Researcher: Meet Amber Osman
"Research requires dedication and passion and if you are a strong believer in doing hard work then this is your calling."
How Do New Peer Review and Publishing Models Impact Research Quality?
In the changing research publishing landscape, how do researchers and publishers collaborate to maintain the essential aspects of quality – namely integrity and ethics.?
Usefulness: An Essential Area for Better Peer Review