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Open Collaboration

Driven by new technologies and the pressure on researchers to find new ways to collaborate, Wiley is investing in technology to help you as authors collaborate with your peers, and create the best possible outcome for your research.


This will help you to:


  • Create, share and view annotations of your work - during peer review and production
  • Collaborate to further research progress through our Article Sharing Policy, which supports sharing at every stage of publication
  • Perform text and data mining on Wiley content through our Text and Data Mining Service
  • Collaborate in real-time with your peers using Authorea to write, edit and submit your next paper
  • Use collaborative, cloud-based authoring tool Overleaf, to directly link and to submit to a number of Wiley journals
  • ReadCube Pro enables users to turn their ReadCube desktop app to a mobile library, with features like auto-updating libraries and unlimited cloud sync across mobile and other desktop devices and more
  • Learn how you can share your work in the best ways using “How Can I Share It?