Editorial Manager’s journal and book deployments have the functionality publishers need to support requiring ORCID iDs from authors and other workflow participants.
The following is a collaborative post featuring representatives from some of the planning organizations involved with Peer Review Week 2016. It is being posted across participant blogs, as well as at http://www.peerreviewweek.wordpress.com/
To help celebrate Peer Review Week 2016, we asked the 20+ organizations on the steering group to tell us how they #recognize review and what more they hope to do in future. Their responses show a clear understanding of the importance of peer review and a firm commitment to supporting more recognition for review in future.
At EMUG 2016, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Richard Wynne, presented “A Sustainable Model for Scholarly Journals Publishing.”
Vice President of Sales and Marketing Richard Wynne is participating in a Persistent Identifiers panel discussion at SSP 2016.
Aries is an early adopter of the CRediT contributor roles taxonomy, having made a commitment to integrate role selection with author submission beginning with the 13.0 release (now in Beta testing).
It’s no secret that adopting standards has become increasingly necessary within Scholarly Publishing workflows. Similarly, Editorial Manager’s integrations with industry-wide standards are well known, and in use by thousands of journals.
There are several timesaving workflow tools built in to EM that are capable of saving editorial offices time during initial manuscript triage.