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In a peer-reviewed article published earlier this year, authors review 3 ways librarians can help their researchers during this period of time.
Library leaders from four institutions across Asia share with us their experiences on operating libraries from home and reopening closed doors once more.
University Librarian Janette Burke shares with us lessons learned through her career, tips to grow in the job and anecdotes for librarians who have not quite decided if this is the job for them.
In this episode of This Study Shows, we hit on a range of emotions of why research sometimes makes people angry, how emotional connections lead to greater understanding, and why science communication should never forget about hope.
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Discover some quick and easy steps to take to support researchers at your library through the publishing process.
If your campus has closed or you’re outside of your usual network, learn more about the options available to access research from Wiley journals off campus.