This Study Shows is back with a second season, and it is all about empathy! We hit on a range of emotions, whether we’re exploring why research sometimes makes people angry, how emotional connections lead to greater understanding, and why science communication should never forget about hope.
GetFTR is now piloting on several scholarly platforms: Dimensions, Figshare, Symplectic, ReadCube Papers, Mendeley, and Researcher App. Find more information on how the GetFTR service works in this infographic.
Have you received misleading or incorrect information during this period of time from friends and family? Here are 4 ideas on starting a conversation with someone to discuss the importance of reliable information.
Bookmark this page for easy access to a list of Wiley Online Library trainings for users, administrators and librarians.
It’s easy to feel lost and alone right now, but we all have the power to help ourselves and others feel safe and seen. Here are some reminders to take care of yourself during this period of time.
With researchers requiring alternatives to field work and access to physical archives now difficult, Wiley Digital Archives provides digital access to primary source materials from societies around the world. Experience an exceptional teaching tool and learning opportunity for students and researchers. Visit our site to find out more information.
Learn about the importance of striking a balance between meeting the demands of academic works while taking care of your mental health, presented by Dr. Mandy Matthewson, Senior Lecturer, School of Psychological Sciences, University of Tasmania.
What are some ways for researchers to involve the public and communicate meaningful findings about their work? Here is a guide with practical steps to help researchers achieve effective public engagement.