With CRediT, ORCID and Publons integrated into Editorial Manager®, we aim for these transparency tools to be easy, standard steps in the publishing process
Improve APC workflows for funders, institutions and authors with upcoming RightsLink® for OA Institutional Tool Set
Implementing and growing Open Access Publishing programs represents alternative publishing options for authors, and new revenue streams for publishers. For this reason, the OA market was recently estimated to be growing at 10-15% annually, representing between three and six percent of the total journals market.
At EMUG 2016, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Richard Wynne, presented “A Sustainable Model for Scholarly Journals Publishing.”
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.
The March issue of ISMTE’s Editorial Office News (EON) Publication is freely accessible.
Recent OA report validates Aries’ integration of standardized workflow data with payment processing systems
A recently published UK report on Open Access recommends formation of an Efficiency Forum Subgroup, stating that, “There are changes needed to workflows and systems within and between research funders, institutions, publishers, and service providers.”
Journals publishing activity is on the upswing in Africa.