Other Editorial Humors cartoons appeared in recent newsletters.
EMUG 2015: Keynote speaker announced
The Editorial Manager User Group Meeting is just around the corner! If you plan to join Aries Systems at the Hilton Boston Back Bay Hotel on June 18 & 19, register early as space is limited, and early bird rates expire May 15!
Aries is delighted to announce this year’s keynote speaker, Wolters Kluwer Health VP of Publishing Jayne Marks, discussing ‘The Future of Scholarly Journal Publishing.’ Also speaking, two early adopters of EM Ingest: Manuscriptsapp.com founder Matias Piipari discussing the innovative new author tool, and Editage’s President, U.S. Operations, Don Samulack. Register today!
Aries in the press
EM Ingest partner Editage’s Insights blog recently interviewed Aries’ Vice President Richard Wynne on Editorial Manager, standards adoption, and the scholarly publishing landscape. Read the interview.
ORCID published a guest blog written by Aries’ Marketing Manager Alison O’Connell on the benefits of ORCID adoption. Read the post.
Have some fun: beta test 12.1!
Global Editing of Letters is a way to centralize the creation and editing of letter templates and share changes across multiple publications. Shared Letters allow each journal the flexibility to control letter templates, in addition to a set of templates driven and maintained by a central ‘master’ letter template site.
Contact your Account Coordinator to discuss configuration options or sign up to beta test 12.1!
IUCr’s checkCIF to be added to Editorial Manager’s suite of integrated quality check tools
Editorial Manager is used by more than 6,000 scholarly journals including many published in the fields of chemistry and materials science. For consideration by these journals, authors are often required to submit their crystallographic data files to the IUCr’s checkCIF system for validation. Managing this additional step manually can be inconvenient for authors and journal operations.
To address this need, Aries is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with the IUCr to integrate its checkCIF system with Editorial Manager. Read more.
Interpraevent to organize publication of 13th Congress with Editorial Manager
The International Interpraevent Research Society uses EM for a conference submission deployment managing call for papers processes for the Interpraevent Congress (IP 2016) to be held at Lucerne, Switzerland.
The conference, hosted every four years in the Alpine region, focuses on interdisciplinary research and practice on prevention of Alpine natural hazards. The event not only has a trans-national scope, but also a decentralized organizational team, which made an electronic workflow system necessary.
“By default, EM already offered us very much that fit, and in addition, provided for highly individual adaptations in cases where we wanted to bring in our very particular views,” said Dr. Gernot Koboltschnig, Managing Director of the International Interpraevent Research Society.
Editorial Manager Ingest adds Manuscriptsapp.com as early adopter
Innovative author tool start-up company, manuscriptsapp.com, has entered into an agreement with Aries Systems to facilitate the transfer of manuscripts authored using its application into Editorial Manager. Read more.
Mark Allen Healthcare to deploy Editorial Manager for 28 journals
London-based medical education publisher, Mark Allen (MA) Healthcare, is the latest to adopt Editorial Manager for its 28 journal portfolio. The MA portfolio includes established titles such as British Journal of Nursing, British Journal of Midwifery, British Journal of Hospital Medicine and a growing list of specialist titles.
“MA Healthcare has chosen to move our manuscript submission over to Editorial Manager as we felt it offered a lot of benefits over our current system,” said Rebecca Linssen, Group Editorial Director. “In particular, given the changes in the market, the ability to easily allow authors to submit and pay for open access articles is a great facility. The plagiarism checking and link with eXtyles will be very popular with our editors, making the most of automation and technology to free up their time for more focused commissioning and development of their journals.”