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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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Food for Thought

Food for Thought

For journal editors and early career researchers (ECRs) alike, it’s crucial to have a strong academic network that reaches across the research community. Having a broad network of contacts in your field can be incredibly useful. It can help career advancement, finding new research opportunities, and even personal development. For journal editors, having a wide […]

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How to support early career researchers

How to support early career researchers

What does your journal do to support early career researchers (ECRs)? Could you do more as an editor to develop this community, helping them progress from journal readers into authors? There are plenty of ways editors can support ECRs, from academic mentoring to running an essay prize, but one journal is taking a particularly hands-on […]

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cOAlition S, Plan S and accelerating OA

cOAlition S, Plan S and accelerating OA

*Update, February 14 2019: read the feedback we’ve submitted to cOAlition S in response to the Guidance on the Implementation of Plan S* The recent announcements emanating from Europe around open access (OA) have resonated throughout the globe. In this post we examine the origin and aim of Plan S, briefly outline reactions to the […]

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