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  • Multilingualism as Knowledge: Multilingual Proficiency and Linguistic Theory

    Multilingualism as Knowledge: Multilingual Proficiency and Linguistic Theory

    Schools should start acknowledging what multilinguals CAN do in more than one language and judge them holistically for the full range of their language knowledge.

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  • Riding The Waves of Emerging Technologies: Challenges And Opportunities for Research

    Riding The Waves of Emerging Technologies: Challenges And Opportunities for Research

    Emerging Technologies are increasingly integrated in our daily lives. Research need to embrace new technologies by using new research tools and adapt open research initiatives.

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  • Why Do We Measure The Impact Of Research?

    Why Do We Measure The Impact Of Research?

    Why Do We Measure The Impact Of Research?

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  • All Citations Aren’t Created Equal

    All Citations Aren’t Created Equal

    Citations are used to measure the importance of journals, articles, and individuals, so why are they still so “dumb”? Learn how a new tool is making citations smarter.

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  • What Do You Want in Research Publishing? A Revolution? Or an Evolution?

    What Do You Want in Research Publishing? A Revolution? Or an Evolution?

    We asked researchers about what they envision the future state of research publishing will look like.

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  • Preprints, Publicity and the Public: Guidance for Authors, Public Information Officers and the Media

    Preprints, Publicity and the Public: Guidance for Authors, Public Information Officers and the Media

    Best practices for authors and public media officers on publishing preprints.

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  • Is Communicating Your Research to the Public Worth It? This Study Shows Podcast, Episode 6

    Is Communicating Your Research to the Public Worth It? This Study Shows Podcast, Episode 6

    The final episode of This Study Shows is here! Listen to learn all about disruption in the conference poster hall and the power of imagination.

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  • What’s on the Horizon for the Research Community? This Study Shows Podcast, Episode 5

    What’s on the Horizon for the Research Community? This Study Shows Podcast, Episode 5

    In the fifth episode of This Study Shows, we talk about evidence-based policy, publishers, and activism.

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  • Meet Climate Change Researcher and “Inspiring Mind” Ella Gilbert

    Meet Climate Change Researcher and “Inspiring Mind” Ella Gilbert

    Behind the scenes with Ella Gilbert, a researcher in our Inspiring Minds film series.

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  • Journals Test the Materials Design Analysis Reporting (MDAR) Checklist

    Journals Test the Materials Design Analysis Reporting (MDAR) Checklist

    Learn about an industry initiative to roll out a minimum standards reporting checklist for life sciences

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  • How Do We Address the State of Mental Health in Academia?

    How Do We Address the State of Mental Health in Academia?

    Burnout is on the rise among academics. How can we tackle this epidemic?

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  • New Online Proofing Means Fewer Headaches and Faster Publication

    New Online Proofing Means Fewer Headaches and Faster Publication

    HTML-OPS is revolutionizing the way authors and editors proof manuscripts.

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  • What Is the Research Community Made Of? This Study Shows Podcast, Episode 4

    What Is the Research Community Made Of? This Study Shows Podcast, Episode 4

    In the fourth episode of This Study Shows, we explore what the research community is made of through the lens of diversity, collaboration, and criticism.

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  • 10 Survival Tips for First-Time Conference Attendees

    10 Survival Tips for First-Time Conference Attendees

    Discover top tips for attending your first academic conference.

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  • Where Do I Start the Story of My Research? This Study Shows Podcast, Episode 3

    Where Do I Start the Story of My Research? This Study Shows Podcast, Episode 3

    In the third episode of This Study Shows, we explore issues of trust, beliefs, and storytelling in science communication.

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  • How Do I Pick the Right Words to Communicate My Research? This Study Shows Podcast, Episode 2

    How Do I Pick the Right Words to Communicate My Research? This Study Shows Podcast, Episode 2

    In the second episode of our podcast, This Study Shows, we ask: "What's the word I'm looking for?"

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  • How Do I Make People Care About My Research? This Study Shows Podcast, Episode 1

    How Do I Make People Care About My Research? This Study Shows Podcast, Episode 1

    Our new podcast, This Study Shows, is finally here! Our first episode explores how to make people care about your research.

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  • Coming Soon! The 2019 Wiley Humanities Festival

    Coming Soon! The 2019 Wiley Humanities Festival

    Find out more about the 2019 Wiley Humanities Festival as we announce this year's theme!

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  • The Truth Behind the Lone Genius Myth

    The Truth Behind the Lone Genius Myth

    Dr. Jennifer Rohn takes us behind the scenes to see the vibrant collaborations that we don't always get to see.

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  • The Myth of Being a Mathematician

    The Myth of Being a Mathematician

    How do non-mathematicians perceive mathematicians?

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