Like many world-scale Web presences (Amazon, Google, etc.), the Editorial Manager (EM) system is built around Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) – why is this so important?
Peer Review Week 2017 is now only two weeks away. It runs from 11 – 17 September, with activities taking place on social media and across the globe. Follow us on #PeerRevWk17 or @PeerRevWeek.
With CRediT, ORCID and Publons integrated into Editorial Manager®, we aim for these transparency tools to be easy, standard steps in the publishing process
We asked about 130 attendees of the 2017 Editorial Manager User Group meeting — to tell us what makes them smile. If this sounds familiar, it’s because we tasked our 2017 European Editorial Manager User group meeting attendees with something similar.
Have you ever wondered, for a particular research object, what kind of social media activity is happening around it?
Wiley has developed a new tool to assist authors, reviewers, and editors in evaluating chemistry data. The 13C NMR (13C nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy) data checker is an easy-to-use tool to help reduce errors and increase the reliability of published data in this area.
The cross-organizational industry initiative previously called Common Manuscript Transfer Protocol has been officially named MECA, which stands for Manuscript Exchange Common Approach.
Spring conference season highlights the importance of partnerships. Between STM, CSE and SSP, this spring collaboration has been on full display. The message is clear – results are better when stakeholders work together.
Editorial offices, take notice! Editorial Manager, version 14.0 includes a couple of especially exciting features that will help journals guide editors to work more efficiently in the system.