A: Yes. This presentation from the 2018 European Editorial Manager User Group Meeting is particularly helpful. Keep an eye on our web site for updates and resources.
A: Each journal or publisher controls its own version of Editorial Manager. To log on, visit the appropriate journal submission site, and enter your username and password. If you don’t know your username and password, click on ‘send access credentials’ and the system will send you a temporary password.
A: All you really need to access Editorial Manager or ProduXion Manager is a current web browser, a decent internet connection, and a PDF reader. Here is more detailed platform information: EM PM System Requirements Minimum Specifications for Workstations Windows, Macintosh or Linux Computer: Mozilla Firefox – latest version Google Chrome – latest version SafariRead More
A: Each journal or publisher controls its own Editorial Manager submission site. To ask a question about your manuscript, visit the appropriate journal submission site and click on the “Contact Us” link shown at the top of the page.
A: You! Your license to Editorial Manager provides that all of the content in the system belongs to the journal and the publisher, not to Editorial Manager. Each deployment also includes a Data Export feature that allows you to download your content in a standard format at any time. It’s your content, you should beRead More
A: Editorial Manager scans every file that is uploaded, changed or accessed. Infected files are removed and quarantined, and the PDF version of the manuscript indicates that a file is missing due to virus detection. This page alerts authors, editors, and reviewers that the submission is incomplete and a file may need to be resubmitted.
A: Deployment access is offered through secure HTTP [HTTPS], and all user interactions require password access. Individual journals use separate databases, effectively “firewalling” one journal from all others. Within individual systems, unlimited role designation/permission ensures that users can access only the files and information appropriate to their role. Aries is committed to compliance with internationalRead More
A: Yes, Editorial Manager supports several different levels of data import from legacy systems. Some journals choose just to import “people” information from a legacy system, but the Editorial Manager Data Bridge also supports rapid and comprehensive transfer of manuscript data. The Data Bridge is a convenient, seamless solution for importing historical manuscript and peopleRead More
A: File conversion is determined by journal preference, so will vary from one journal to the other. In general, submission files (manuscript, figures, tables, etc.) are uploaded into Editorial Manager and are built into a PDF. The PDF is used in the peer review process so that editors and reviewers do not have to downloadRead More
A: EM accepts all file formats, including video and audio files. The following file formats are automatically converted into a single PDF for easy processing: Word, RTF, TXT, LaTeX2e, AMSTex, TIFF, GIF, JPEG, EPS, Postscript, PICT, PDF, Excel, and PowerPoint. EM supports direct submission from the arXiv (arXiv.org) preprint database. EM supports the upload ofRead More
A: The GDPR is a European Union regulation. Its main objective is to give citizens and residents control over their personal data. The regulation stipulates the responsibilities of organizations with respects to storage, processing and transfer of personal data.
A: Any entity, regardless of its location, that stores the personal data of European Union citizens and residents. This means that GDPR is applicable to virtually every scholarly publisher.