Open Research

  • 5 Things You Should Know About The Members of Social Science And Humanities Associations

    5 Things You Should Know About The Members of Social Science And Humanities Associations

    A chemist, a sociologist, and a musicologist are all “researchers,” but you won’t find a musicologist handling test tubes, so we wanted to know: do they each join societies for the same reasons?

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  • How the International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis Is Getting Creative With Article Formatting

    How the International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis Is Getting Creative With Article Formatting

    How the Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis is getting creative with article formatting.

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  • CRediT: How do we recognize contributions to Research? An interview with V.P. of Publications at AGU

    CRediT: How do we recognize contributions to Research? An interview with V.P. of Publications at AGU

    Wiley is committed to open research, facilitating faster research discovery. We interviewed Matthew Giampoala from AGU, discussing transparency, recognition and why AGU titles are offering CRediT.

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  • One Year In: Projekt DEAL Bolsters American Geophysical Union's Open Access Offerings

    One Year In: Projekt DEAL Bolsters American Geophysical Union's Open Access Offerings

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  • Take It From A Librarian: The Open Access Train Has Left The Station

    Take It From A Librarian: The Open Access Train Has Left The Station

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  • Supporting Your Authors With New Article Preparation and Promotion Services

    Supporting Your Authors With New Article Preparation and Promotion Services

    With these publishing services for societies, learn how your authors can select for assistance with everything from article preparation to promotion.

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  • Does Double Blind Peer Review Really Reduce Bias?

    Does Double Blind Peer Review Really Reduce Bias?

    The British Ecological Society is putting double blind peer review to the test with their journal Functional Ecology.

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  • 5 Ways We’ve Improved Our Service for Our Society Partners

    5 Ways We’ve Improved Our Service for Our Society Partners

    Ever wonder what happens to all of those surveys you respond to? Here are five ways we've put your input into action.

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  • Why Collaboration Is Good for Research and for Learned Societies

    Why Collaboration Is Good for Research and for Learned Societies

    Why Collaboration Is Good for Research and for Learned Societies

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  • The Virtuous Disruptor: How AI Will Transform Knowledge Sharing and Publishing By 2025

    The Virtuous Disruptor: How AI Will Transform Knowledge Sharing and Publishing By 2025

    Artificial Intelligence is about to revolutionize knowledge sharing in the same way that the printing press did 600 hundred years ago.

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  • 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.

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  • How Open Access Is Impacting The American Anthropological Association’s Publication Programs

    How Open Access Is Impacting The American Anthropological Association’s Publication Programs

    Learn how the American Anthropological Association balances sustainability and quality in Open Access publishing.

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  • How Much, Where, and When Do Members Want Open Access?

    How Much, Where, and When Do Members Want Open Access?

    Is Open Access equally important to all members? We dig into the data to find any differences societies need to pay attention to.

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  • A Young Journal Goes Open Access

    A Young Journal Goes Open Access

    Every society’s journey with Open Access (OA) is different. Hear from the Society for Applied Microbiology’s Executive Director about what happened when they decided to flip a struggling young journal

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  • The Difference Between Open Access and Equal Access

    The Difference Between Open Access and Equal Access

    How can we make research more accessible to diverse audiences?

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  • Two Open Access Case Studies: A Journal Flip and A New Launch

    Two Open Access Case Studies: A Journal Flip and A New Launch

    Case studies on how organizations are considering a new Open Access journal or a flip.

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  • How Altmetrics Can Help Demonstrate Impact and Support Open Research

    How Altmetrics Can Help Demonstrate Impact and Support Open Research

    Learn two easy ways tools from Altmetric can help track and promote the online attention around published research.

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  • Why Partnerships Are Key to Open Access

    Why Partnerships Are Key to Open Access

    CEO of the British Society for Immunology, Doug Brown explains how partnerships for Open Access help impact the clinical community.

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  • The Case for Open Data: Transparency Is No Longer Optional

    The Case for Open Data: Transparency Is No Longer Optional

    University of Michigan Professor Anthony Lupia explains why today's research needs to be fully transparent.

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  • How Open Is Your Journal?

    How Open Is Your Journal?

    How ready is your journal for an open research future? Here’s a checklist to help you assess.

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