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Top tips from an editor on how and why to launch an open data journal

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Top tips from an editor on how and why to launch an open data journal

Guo Huadong is a Professor of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (RADI). He currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Digital Earth as well as Big Earth Data. Prof Huadong has over 30 years of experience in Earth observation. He specializes in radar remote sensing […]

How to use Open Science Badges to reward your journal authors

Open Science Badges, developed by the Center of Open Science, are voluntary awards. They’re added to a manuscript and recognize when authors reach a level of scientific transparency. The Journal of Social Psychology fully embraces data sharing. And not only do they ask authors to share their data, they also reward them for it using these […]

How to develop content for practitioners

Does your journal speak to practitioners and policy-makers? Are you publishing content with the potential to make real-world impact? We spoke to Marcus Grant, Editor-in-Chief of Cities & Health, about an innovative content format designed to target policy-makers and practitioners. Read on to find out how his ‘City Know-how’ articles are bringing academic content to a […]

How to use events to engage practitioners

Does your journal have a strong practitioner focus? Could you do more to support and develop your authors, so that their research becomes a publishable manuscript? David Shirley, Associate Editor of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Training and Director of the Manchester School of Theatre, spoke to us about how running events for practitioners has helped […]