American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Adopts Editorial Manager for Submission and Peer Review
Aries Systems Corporation is pleased to announce the adoption of its web-based manuscript tracking and peer review system, Editorial Manager®, by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Michael Cannon, Director of Serial Publications and Editorial Services, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), said: “Our program is highly focused on strengthening the evidence base in our discipline, so we needed a submission and peer review platform that could help us better meet the needs of our editorial boards, tailor our processes to our evolving scope of content, and more rapidly innovate in an ever-changing environment. Editorial Manager’s level of configurability and its many integrations with other systems will help us more rapidly and efficiently meet our goals.”
Struggling to maintain multiple sets of login credentials for different journals utilizing Editorial Manager? Authors and Reviewers can save time and reduce hassle by using their ORCID credentials to log in to Editorial Manager instead. To learn more about how ORCID Single Sign-On (SSO) can streamline the login process, check out this month’s post in the Aries “Did You Know?” blog series.
Thank you to those who joined us in Boston for the 17th Annual Editorial Manager User Group Meeting in June. Check out our blog to access presentation files, find out the results of our interactive poster, and read up on session highlights.
Stay tuned for more details on EEMUG 2020 in London and EMUG 2020 in Boston.
Aries Systems was founded in 1986 by Lyndon S. Holmes and his wife, Sandy Holmes. Lyndon chose Aries Systems as the company name because Aries was Sandy’s astrological sign.
Fast forward to 2019 and the Aries team brainstorming ideas for a fun visual representation of Aries. Among some whimsical suggestions from Aries staff (narwhal, anyone?) came the idea of a ram, the symbol of the Aries constellation, to honor the roots of our company. Visit the Aries Instagram to see Remy the Ram, our new Aries Mascot!
One of the more popular breakout sessions at this year’s Aries User Group Meeting was the Update on LiXuid Manuscript session, which was presented by two Aries Product Management staff members who have been centrally involved in the LiXuid Manuscript (LM) project since its inception. Aries staff presented the current plan for development of LM and detailed where we stand on the development roadmap.
Want to get to know some of the Aries team? Us too! To learn more about our colleagues and the important work they do, we’ve decided to sit down with Aries staff members to interview them about their roles, what led them to scholarly publishing, and what they like to do in their free time.
Read our latest interview with Betsy Hopkins, Sr. Project Manager, to learn about how she oversees Aries projects big and small, from the Elsevier acquisition to the development of LiXuid Manuscript.
Ensuring manuscript authenticity is crucial for Editors and journal staff. Similarity Check, an automated plagiarism detection tool, is available within Editorial Manager through a partnership with Crossref. Read our blog to learn more about this helpful decision support tool.
Once a month we celebrate Workflow Wednesday! From quick tips and tricks to diverse methods of peer review, we highlight the real-life ways users interact with EM and PM.
Our two most recent tips form a two-part series in which David Allen and Alice M. Landwehr of Origin Editorial explore conflict of interest disclosure collection in Editorial Manager. Learn more about how David and Alice transitioned from a paper-based disclosure collection process to utilizing custom question functionality in EM.