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Learning programs to supercharge your research career

Learning programs to supercharge your research career

If you want to enhance your research profile and raise the impact of your research, then look no further than our 12-week learning program for mid-career researchers. We’ve developed the program with the How Researchers Changed the World team, tackling the most common challenges mid-career researchers face, including finding funding and juggling time pressures. Who […]

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Tips for dealing with online harassment in academia

Tips for dealing with online harassment in academia

As an editor, you may need to give advice and support authors who work on high-profile subjects that attract controversy and have found themselves targeted with online harassment. In contrast to healthy debate about research, online harassment in academia could include abusive emails, social media harassment and ‘trolling’, or even threats to personal safety. Explore […]

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How to find and reward reviewers

How to find and reward reviewers

We all know that finding reviewers can be one of the most difficult tasks for a journal editor. But journals with an interdisciplinary focus can pose particular challenges when it comes to choosing reviewers. At the Amsterdam Scholarly Summit, Dr. Madeleine Hatfield, Executive Editor of Regional Studies, shared her strategies for finding and rewarding qualified […]

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Understanding research impact using an author survey

Understanding research impact using an author survey

We all know the importance of demonstrating research impact. But how can you, as a journal editor, find out what articles published in your journal go on to achieve? Beyond tracking citations or using Altmetric to see online mentions, it can be hard to know what effect an article has had. In this case study, […]

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Publication ethics guidance for the arts, humanities, and social sciences

Publication ethics guidance for the arts, humanities, and social sciences

Read the latest research into publication ethics in the arts, humanities, and social sciences – download your free copy of the COPE study now.  Why do this research? COPE’s 2016-2018 strategic plan identified a new priority: to increase diversity culturally, geographically, and by discipline. Although COPE provides guidance that spans all subjects, some resources need […]

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