Crediting Reviewers with Peer Review Recognition Services in EM

Recognizing Reviewers for their work is critical to the success of peer review and maintaining Reviewer talent. Each year, millions of hours are volunteered by researchers to conduct reviews for scholarly journals and pending manuscripts, often without formal acknowledgement for their time and effort. To bridge this gap, Aries Systems has partnered with several ReviewerRead More

Author and Reviewer Verification in EM with Identity Confidence Check

The publishing community occasionally suffers from cases of questionable authorship and fraudulent peer review, clouding the quality of research. To help prevent this, Editorial Manager® (EM) comes equipped with Identity Confidence Check, a tool that helps Editors evaluate unknown researchers. Identity Confidence Check (ICC) enables Editorial Manager to generate a confidence rating for corresponding andRead More

Q&A with PLOS: Implementing ORCID Reviewer Recognition

Aries and ORCID have partnered to integrate an ORCID Reviewer Recognition option within Editorial Manager. Via automatic deposit of peer review activity to a researcher’s ORCID record, this solution offers a visible and verifiable way for Reviewers to be publicly acknowledged for their volunteered contributions without compromising the confidentiality of the peer review process. KatRead More

Peer Review Week 2019: How Aries Supports Quality in Peer Review

Aries Systems is celebrating the 5th year anniversary of Peer Review Week! As the developer of Editorial Manager®, the world’s leading manuscript submission and peer review tracking system, you could say Aries is all about peer review! In honor of this year’s theme, “Quality in Peer Review,” we’ve outlined some of the different ways AriesRead More

Free Webinar – Improving the Peer Review Process: Editor & Reviewer Support Tools

In honor of Peer Review Week 2019 next week, Aries Systems is hosting a free online webinar Improving the Peer Review Process: Editor & Reviewer Support Tools. This webinar will highlight innovative functionality available in Editorial Manager® that help streamline the overall peer review process and improve the relationship publishers have with their Reviewers. TheRead More

Instructions for Reviewers: Using ORCID Peer Review Deposit to Gain Credit for Completed Reviews

Researchers volunteer millions of hours to conduct reviews for scholarly journals each year. ORCID Reviewer Recognition offers a chance for Reviewers to be acknowledged for their contributions. The ORCID integration in Editorial Manager provides a visible and verifiable way for journals to publicly credit Reviewers for their work, without compromising the confidentiality of the peerRead More

Streamline User Login to EM/PM with ORCID Single Sign-On

Editorial Manager® (EM) and ProduXion Manager® are used by thousands of scholarly publications worldwide. As each EM/PM site functions as a unique database, users are required to create an account for each individual journal. To relieve this burden and streamline the login process, Aries Systems has partnered with ORCID to offer a single sign-on (SSO)Read More

More Submission Options for Authors with Ingest Service

Authors often take advantage of various tools to prepare their manuscript and supplemental files prior to submission to a scholarly journal. Such manuscript preparation services include language polishing, journal selection assistance, bibliography management, and collaborative authoring solutions – all providing great benefits to Authors. For example, a newly released report from Editage, an Aries partner,Read More

Aries Celebrates Peer Review Week

The fourth annual Peer Review Week will run from September 10-15th. This year the event’s focus is Diversity and Inclusion in Peer Review. To celebrate Peer Review Week, we’ve curated a list of our favorite Editorial Manager tools and integrations that support peer review by ensuring that all participants in the peer review process receive recognition for their efforts in an unbiased way–disambiguating Author, Reviewer, and Editor contributions on a granular level.