Happy New Year from Wiley! Wishing you joyous celebrations…
As we ring in the New Year, we would like to take a moment to reflect on some of our most popular posts of 2013. Check out our recap below:
- Interview: Dr. Bankim Chandra Ray
- Take Note and Promote: Interview with Hedley Rees
- Guest Post from Prof. Helena Dodziuk on Excessive Science
- Illustrate your data
- Using YouTube Effectively
- Elevating Your Searches
- Author Services – are you using it to its full potential?
- Interview: Dr. Muhammed Atiqullah
- Follow up from Prof. Helena Dodziuk on ‘Excessive Science’
- Guest Post: Bernd Schroeder on teaching non-experts expert material
A very special thanks to the authors who sat down with us and shared great advice on social media, self-promotion, and more.
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Thanks for making Wiley Author Blog such a success this year. We are looking forward to more interviews and content in the upcoming year! Here’s to 2014….
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