Journal community engagement

  • Engaging Chinese editors for effective international outreach

    Engaging Chinese editors for effective international outreach

    The Editor-in-Chief of Energy & Environmental Materials shares their successful strategies for attracting and engaging Chinese editorial board members.

    Read Article
  • How to Improve Academic Publishing for Early Career Researchers: Our Letter to the Editor

    How to Improve Academic Publishing for Early Career Researchers: Our Letter to the Editor

    In October 2019, a group of ECRs met with Wiley journal editors to share ideas on how to improve academic publishing for both ECRs and editors. Read more on the proposed recommendations.

    Read Article
  • Supporting Your Authors with New Article Preparation and Promotion Services

    Supporting Your Authors with New Article Preparation and Promotion Services

    Wiley Editing Services offers enhanced levels of existing language editing and video creation services which better meet authors’ expectations in terms of quality, comprehensiveness, and timeliness.

    Read Article
  • Wiley Editor Resources

    FInd Out More
  • ‘Do to others as you would have them do to you’: how can editors foster academic kindness in peer review?

    ‘Do to others as you would have them do to you’: how can editors foster academic kindness in peer review?

    The negative effects of burnout among academics are serious and a change of culture is needed. We explore what editors and publishers can do to nurture the culture of kindness within peer review.

    Read Article
  • An Editor's Guide to Working with Researchers from Australia

    An Editor's Guide to Working with Researchers from Australia

    The fourth in a series of articles designed to help our editors hone cross-cultural communication skills that can be very useful in working with authors, board members, and editors of other journals.

    Read Article
  • 2019 – Year in Review: Editors’ reflections on 2019 and looking ahead to 2020

    2019 – Year in Review: Editors’ reflections on 2019 and looking ahead to 2020

    As we enter 2020, both a new year and a new decade, we caught up with some of our journal editors to hear about their learnings from the past year and their aspirations for the future.

    Read Article
  • Helping authors to bypass article formatting headaches

    Helping authors to bypass article formatting headaches

    Improving the author's experience with a simpler submission process and fewer formatting requirements. Release of the pilot program, free format submission.

    Read Article
  • Journal Transfer Networks: How can they Benefit your Journal?

    Journal Transfer Networks: How can they Benefit your Journal?

    In this blog post, discover how journal cascade networks can be beneficial to authors and make for a healthy, successful journal.

    Read Article
  • An Editor's Guide to Working with Researchers from Germany

    An Editor's Guide to Working with Researchers from Germany

    The third in a series of articles designed to help our editors hone cross-cultural communication skills that can be very useful in working with authors, board members, and editors of other journals.

    Read Article
  • The Struggle Is Real - Surviving in an English-Speaking Scientific World

    The Struggle Is Real - Surviving in an English-Speaking Scientific World

    International researchers encounter language challenges as science is largely conducted in English no matter where researchers are from.

    Read Article
  • Strategies for Engaging with Your Journal Community

    Strategies for Engaging with Your Journal Community

    Two editors discuss strategies for engaging vital associates to keep a journal growing.

    Read Article
  • Publish More Quality Research from Chinese Authors—A Focus on Developing New Journals

    Publish More Quality Research from Chinese Authors—A Focus on Developing New Journals

    The first in a series of articles on utilizing the Chinese market to keep your journal growing.

    Read Article
  • An Editor's Guide to Working with Researchers from India

    An Editor's Guide to Working with Researchers from India

    The second in a series of articles designed to help our editors hone cross-cultural communication skills that can be very useful in working with authors, board members, and editors of other journals.

    Read Article
  • How to Better Engage with Your Research Community – Tips from Ecology Researchers in China

    How to Better Engage with Your Research Community – Tips from Ecology Researchers in China

    Chinese Ecologists and Wiley staff participated in a Wiley Ecology Roundtable in Beijing and had very informative discussions about the field and the broader research publishing landscape.

    Read Article
  • Engaging and Encouraging Chinese Reviewers

    Engaging and Encouraging Chinese Reviewers

    Comprehensive experiences, tips, and skills shared by different peer review stakeholders.

    Read Article
  • Publons for Editors: Finding and Rewarding Reviewers

    Publons for Editors: Finding and Rewarding Reviewers

    Over 1,000,000 review records from Wiley journals have been added on Publons. Learn more about this partnership and how the initial pilot grew to this incredible milestone.

    Read Article
  • The Challenges Faced by Early Career Researchers

    The Challenges Faced by Early Career Researchers

    Engaging the next generation of researchers is essential to a journal’s success and sustainability, and there are unique challenges and needs specific to this group.

    Read Article
  • How open is your research community?

    How open is your research community?

    At Wiley, we are supporting the aspirations of our research communities by “opening up” the research and publishing process to enhance the accessibility and transparency of research outputs.

    Read Article
  • An Editor's Guide to Working with Researchers from China

    An Editor's Guide to Working with Researchers from China

    The first in a series of articles designed to help our editors hone cross-cultural communication skills that can be very useful in working with authors, board members, and editors of other journals.

    Read Article
  • 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.

    Read Article
  • loading
    Loading More...