The University of Medicine and Pharmacy at Ho Chi Minh City has selected Editorial Manager to manage submission and peer review for MedPharmRes.
Penn State University Press has chosen Editorial Manager to support submission and peer review workflow for three newly launched journals–Resources for American Literary Studies, Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction, and The Eugene O’Neill Review. The press now has over fifty titles using EM.
Aries’ Japanese distribution partner, ATLAS Co. Ltd., announces more than 150 client journals using Editorial Manager. Atlas CEO Kazuhiro Nakai said of the landmark number: “One of our corporate missions is to provide Atlas customers with high-value through advanced workflow systems and services, including the benefit of our experience in the academic publishing industry. The partnership with Aries has always been beneficial for us as it brings us close to fulfilling this mission. I am delighted to announce the landmark number of 150 journals using EM in Japan, which means more and more journals in the region benefit from EM’s flexible functionality and personalized support.”
The 10th Annual Open Access Week has arrived! Editorial Manager users can celebrate by visiting the Transparency Tools video library, where features to support OA workflows are on display. Learn more about how integrations and features such as discussion forums, ORCID, CRediT, and RightsLink for OA® can help support your OA workflow. Plus, visit the Open Access Week website and participate in OA week discussions on social media using #OpenInOrderTo.
MA Healthcare has implemented Editorial Manager’s RightsLink for OA® Integration for three of their journals–the British Journal of Hospital Medicine, the British Journal of Nursing, and the International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation–with more journals implementing in coming months. The integration streamlines APC workflow for authors and editors. Watch the video to learn more.
Taylor & Francis recently added 24 journals on their branded submission portal, including for the International Journal of Crashworthiness and Ships and Offshore Structures, in addition to others. Using a custom, T&F-branded user interface along with Editorial Manager’s Ingest Service “behind the scenes” to ingest files and metadata to journal queues for submission and review by editors, T&F are able to curate the author experience directly. “Authors only need one username and password to access all new submissions to Taylor & Francis journals,” said Siobhán Aldridge, Submission Systems Analysis Manager at T&F, “and feedback from users has been extremely positive due to the speed and ease of submission.
A newly released video previews version 14.1’s manuscript submission interface with metadata extraction. Visit the video library to see how Editorial Manager is reducing the amount of work authors need to do in order to get submissions off to journal queues.