Wiley Exchanges is another one of our resources for authors. Recently, Exchanges posted some new content focusing on this week’s release of Best Practice Guidelines on Publishing Ethics: A Publisher’s Perspective, Second Edition, an update to the Wiley publication ethics guidelines first published in 2006.
The aim for these guidelines stands as support all those involved in scholarly publishing with a summary of best practice guidance from leading organizations around the world.
Navigate the ethical challenges in scholarly publishing via Exchanges highlights of the updated guidelines titled Top 10 tips for navigating ethical challenges in scholarly publishing here.
Additionally, read Best Practice Guidelines on Publishing Ethics: A Publisher’s Perspective, Second Edition, in full, here.
Earlier in the year the article, “Kudos where it’s due: An interview with Charlie Rapple,” (Kudos co-founder) went live on Wiley Exchanges. Together with fellow publishing consultants Melinda Kenneway and David Sommer, Rapple designed Kudos to help scholars and their institutions increase the impact of their published research articles. When the interview published Kudos was a new service under development.
After a successful alpha launch, Kudos announced on Thursday a new partnership with Wiley to enable authors to measure, monitor, and maximize the usage and impact of their published articles by providing a new way for them to use social media to engage the digital community with their research. Now more users will be able to access the tool.
From April 2014, the Kudos platform will be freely available across a representative trial of articles from Wiley’s Global Research portfolio.
To find out more read the official press release.
Read the full Wiley Exchanges’ interview with Charlie Rapple here.