Compass authors are all able to submit video abstracts for their Compass articles. Below you will find examples of this exciting new format to make your article come alive.
Wiley-Blackwell has developed a simple workflow and guidelines for authors which enables them to create a Video Abstract or Slidecast (an audio presentation with slides or images) to accompany their article.
“Isn’t Every Crime a Hate Crime?”
“The Impact of Genetic Determinism Reviewed”
“Older Workers: The ‘Unavoidable Obligation’ of Extending Our Working Lives?”
“Re-Forging the Age of Iron”
“Bartolomé de las Casas and the African Slave Trade [SLIDECAST]”
“Thinking Historically about Medieval Emotions”
Teaching and Learning Guides
All Compass authors have the option of publishing a Teaching & Learning Guide to accompany their Compass article.
A Teaching & Learning Guide is a supplement to a journal article, providing ideas for incorporating that article into teaching.
A Teaching & Learning Guide helps to widen the readership and usage of a journal article.
Each Teaching & Learning Guide is usually made up of:
- Author’s Introduction: a short paragraph setting the scene
- Author Recommends: 5-10 annotated readings
- Online Materials: at least 5 links to websites or online materials
- Sample Section of Syllabus: incorporating the original journal article
- Focus Questions: at least 5 focus questions
- Seminar / Project Idea
Our Compass journals have published over 150 Teaching & Learning Guides.