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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I complete each Learning Path?

Each Learning Path is broken into subsections, as shown on the left menu within each Learning Path. You should start by watching the "Be Inspired" video, which will introduce you to the Learning Path. You must earn at least 70% of the points in each Learning Path in order for it to be considered complete. You can check the amount of points you have earned in the top right corner of each Learning Path screen.

How do I interact with other researchers?

Within each Learning Path, you will find engaging interactive features such as open questions and polls. You may participate by adding your comments and responding to other users' contributions. Additionally, each Learning Path contains a "share" section, which can be found in the top navigation of the Learning Path. This is an unmoderated forum for all learners to engage in an open conversation and share resources.

How do I get my certification?

Certificates are available for each Learning Path. You will obtain your certificate after achieving at least 70% of the points in each Learning Path. You can check the amount of points you have in the top right corner of each Learning Path screen. Certificates are both downloadable in the PDF format and exportable to LinkedIn. Final exams are not required to get a certificate, but are strongly encouraged to measure your knowledge on a topic.

My background is in social sciences and humanities, can I still complete the Wiley Researcher Academy?

Yes, all 14 learning paths have been reviewed by experts in social sciences and humanities to ensure that the content and terminology apply to those disciplines. Additionally, adapted versions of the Learning Paths “Best practices in writing scientific articles” and “Key components of a research article” are available for social sciences and humanities. You can access them when clicking on each Learning Path on the homepage.

My background is in medical disciplines, can I still complete the Wiley Researcher Academy?

Yes, all 14 learning paths have been reviewed by experts in medical disciplines to ensure that the content and terminology apply to those fields. Additionally, adapted versions of the Learning Paths “Best practices in writing scientific articles” and “Key components of a research article” are available for medical disciplines. You can access them when clicking on each Learning Path on the homepage.

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I don't have an account yet, and I am not able to self-register.

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