How are librarians around the world managing the pandemic at work? In this blog post, library leaders from four institutions across Asia share with us their experiences on operating libraries from home and reopening closed doors once more.
Read this interview with Silvia Seracini, an academic librarian at the Università Politecnica Delle Marche about the successful yearly social contest she runs and how she advocates for cultural institutions utilizing social media.
During this period of time, do you find the lines blurring between work and life, or do you feel overworked and in desperate need of a breather? Here are some ways you can stay productive (and sane) while sheltering in place.
Learn about the common themes between past pandemics and the current outbreak in a webinar that we recently concluded with the Library Journal and Professor Steere-Williams, Associate Professor, Department of History, College of Charleston.
We recently asked educators about the advice they often give students who are about to graduate. Here are the ten best wisdom selected among the 60 responses we received.
Here is a preview of new backfiles (pre-1998 content) on Wiley Online Library for 2020. For the full list and to request a quote, head to the Wiley Backfiles Spotlight Page or get in touch with your Wiley account manager.
Everyone involved in research has a role to play in upholding the values of research integrity. Join Elizabeth Moylan, Publisher at Wiley, as she explores Open Research initiatives and top issues in Research Integrity and Publishing Ethics with illustrative case studies.
Do you support researchers who are unfamiliar with the peer-review process? Join Heidi Allen, Senior Manager, Content Review at Wiley as she shares tips to help researchers prepare and understand what is expected of this process.