We sat down with Editorial Manager users at our recent User Group Meeting and asked them to tell us about their experience working with Aries and using the system. Watch the video to hear what they had to say.
If you’re interested in sharing your own thoughts or unique workflow ideas, don’t hesitate to get in touch!
Thank you to the record number of attendees who joined us in Boston in June for the 16th Annual Editorial Manger User Group Meeting. This years’ meeting offered invaluable user feedback for Aries staff. Read more.
Aries is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement to deploy Editorial Manager for IOS Press journals. IOS Press is an independent, international STM publishing house established in 1987, serving the information needs of scientific and medical communities worldwide. IOS Press publishes around 75 international journals and approximately 65 book titles each year on subjects ranging from computer sciences and engineering to life sciences, neurosciences and cancer research.
The Contributor Roles Taxonomy (CRediT) identifies levels of author contribution using a series of predefined roles. CRediT is integrated into Editorial Manager so journals can request or require contributor roles as part of submission.
The American Psychological Association has created a helpful resource page for authors, including a section on using Editorial Manager. The page features videos on topics like how to reset your password in EM.
Journals need ways to improve cost-effective statistical analysis of manuscripts before they are published. StatReviewer, a new decision support tool, automatically checks submitted manuscripts for statistical accuracy, content, and style and returns a detailed report for authorized users within minutes. Watch the video or view this recent presentation to learn more
Editorial Manager version 15.1 will offer Web Services and Notification Services to help users develop integrated workflows with trusted third-party applications. For example, the API may be used to send workflow notifications to funders, send status notifications to institutions, transfer additional author data to systems, and more.