Research Impact

  • How to Run an Educational Journal

    How to Run an Educational Journal

    Learn how one society is innovating with their educational journal

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  • What Research Impact Means to the Product Development and Management Association

    What Research Impact Means to the Product Development and Management Association

    How to bring academic and professional members together to help drive research impact.

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  • How to Write A Lay Summary for Your Research

    How to Write A Lay Summary for Your Research

    Lay summaries may seem like an extra step in sharing your research, but they can help your work connect with new audiences by focusing on why it matters.

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  • Curiosity in Research: An Illustrated History

    Curiosity in Research: An Illustrated History

    Researchers are people who never stopped questioning, and their quest for answers have the power to change the world.

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  • Overcoming Brexit Uncertainty for Society Publishing

    Overcoming Brexit Uncertainty for Society Publishing

    Nearly three years after the EU referendum, the Parliamentary debate on Brexit still seems stuck on the issue of the so called “Northern Irish Backstop."

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  • Finding the Funny in Science

    Finding the Funny in Science

    A research topic that resonated with the public combined with a sense of humor.

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  • SETAC Celebrates Women in Science

    SETAC Celebrates Women in Science

    In this infographic, see how one society used a crowdfunding campaign to share the stories of women researchers from around the world.

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  • "Attention is not Impact" and Other Challenges for Altmetrics

    "Attention is not Impact" and Other Challenges for Altmetrics

    Assistant Professor Cassidy Sugimoto discusses the meaning of 'impact' and the challenges for altmetrics.

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  • Supporters of Science Make Their Voices Heard

    Supporters of Science Make Their Voices Heard

    Supporters of Science Make Their Voices Heard

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  • Engaging with Society Members to Spark Advocacy

    Engaging with Society Members to Spark Advocacy

    Academic society missions that include interpreting and disseminating research to inform legislators and other decision-makers about the possible effects of policy initiatives on their fields.

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  • Can Societies Help Researchers Collaborate Across Borders?

    Can Societies Help Researchers Collaborate Across Borders?

    Research is always becoming more collaborative but working with new people means learning how to listen and communicate effectively.

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  • Celebrating the Contributions of the 2018 Nobel Prize Winners

    Celebrating the Contributions of the 2018 Nobel Prize Winners

    Happy 500th Anniversary, RCP! We’ve taken a look back at the Royal College of Physicians through the centuries to see just what it takes to make it to the big 5-0-0.

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  • Collaborating and Competing at the First Ever Impact-a-thon

    Collaborating and Competing at the First Ever Impact-a-thon

    At our first-ever Impact-a-thon, researchers from the American Fisheries Society looked at new ways of communicating science.

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  • Science Denial By Any Other Name

    Science Denial By Any Other Name

    The problem with science denial is calling it science denial. What happens when we break down the binary and collaborate toward shared goals regardless of our beliefs?

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  • Open Access in Action: Austrian Academic Library Consortium (KEMÖ) and the Austrian Science Fund (FWF)

    Open Access in Action: Austrian Academic Library Consortium (KEMÖ) and the Austrian Science Fund (FWF)

    We look at the 3-year agreement that the Austrian Academic Library Consortium (KEMÖ) and the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) signed with Wiley earlier this year to find out how it’s going.

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  • Private Funding Has a New Agenda for Research

    Private Funding Has a New Agenda for Research

    In this episode of the Wiley Society Podcast, Katja Brose, CZI Science Program Officer, shares CZI’s mission and how she sees private foundations playing a role in research communication.

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  • What is your Citizen Science IQ?

    What is your Citizen Science IQ?

    What is your Citizen Science IQ?

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  • Science and Journalism In the Age of “Fake News”

    Science and Journalism In the Age of “Fake News”

    In a recent panel, the New York Academy of Sciences explored how science and journalism fight “fake news” and tried to sway audience opinions on everything from social media to open access.

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  • What Metrics Matter the Most to You?

    What Metrics Matter the Most to You?

    From citations to social media sharing, there are more and more ways to measure the impact of research. Researchers share which metrics they value and how hard it is to gauge their article’s success.

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  • How Does Open Science Drive Your Work Forward? Share Your Story Today!

    How Does Open Science Drive Your Work Forward? Share Your Story Today!

    As part of Open Access Week 2018, we celebrated the ways in which open science drives research forward. Find out more about the campaign in this blog post.

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