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How Publishers and Journal Editors Can Improve Your Research Impact and Visibility
Wiley Researcher AcademyCertified microlearning courses for research and publication success
Get acquainted with major commercial publishers and understand the roles and responsibilities their editorial team plays in maximizing the reach of your publication.
Wiley Reseach Academy + R Upskill
What you learn
The “big five” among commercial publishers and their functions
Four key university press research publishers and what they do
How and why societies and publishers partner with each other
The eight current trends in international research publishing
The 2 types of Editor-in-Chief and the main role they play
Quality, transparency, and other key Editor-in-Chief responsibilities
Other editorial roles in publishing in addition to Editor-in-Chief
Technologies to increase the digital outreach of your research
Five common requirements for journal indexing services
CrossRef, DOI, and other ways to make research discoverable
Key innovations in assessing, publishing, and profiling research
Recent and relevant innovations in content and distribution
The publication home you choose for your research, as well as your journal editors, and the Editor-in-Chief play a critical role in making your publishing journey a success. In order to maximize your research impact and visibility, it is important to understand your publisher’s roles and responsibilities right from research publication to distribution.
In this course, you will learn about the key responsibilities of your publisher's editorial team and it’s Editor-in-Chief. You will also develop a better understanding of the major players in publishing, current trends, and the latest technology and strategies adopted by publishers to maximize your manuscript's reach. This interactive course also includes learning modules, video interviews, quizzes, and other useful resources related to the production process, planning cycles, indexing, and strategies for improving research visibility.
Kerstin Brachhold Kerstin Brachhold joined Wiley in 2010 as Deputy Editor for BioEssays. She was involved in editorial work for many Wiley journals and helped develop new titles too. She was a founding editor of Advanced Biology, and in 2021, she took over the Editor-in-Chiefship of BioEssays. Kerstin, who has a PhD from The University of Cologne in Germany, also regularly conducts workshops on scientific writing and editorial themes at academic institutes.