Our Top Ten Posts of 2015

February 4, 2016 The Wiley Network

It's that time again. The year end is approaching, whether we're ready for it or sad to see it go. Regardless, what better time to stop and take a look back at our ten most popular posts published in 2015? Here they are, in order of popularity.

1. Writing a literature review: six steps to get you from start to finish

2. How to turn your dissertation into journal articles

3. 10 types of plagiarism in research

4. 8 reasons why journals reject manuscripts

5. Across the desk: an editor's guide to peer review best practice

6. How, when and why to say no to a review request

7. How to deal with reviewer comments

8. 4 simple steps to growing usage for your article: a guide to Kudos

9. The twelve habits of highly productive writers

10. How can I use Google Scholar Citations for scholarly profiling?

Obviously, posts focused on getting published and peer review struck a chord with our readers and we hope they've been helpful to you.

Finally, we wanted to say thank you for reading and engaging with Wiley Exchanges in 2015. We'll be taking a break over the holidays and early into next year to work on improvements to Wiley Exchanges which we're excited about. Check back for updates!

Happy holidays and a very happy new year!

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