To honor and celebrate peer review, a group of organizations is working collaboratively to plan a week of activities and events. The group is delighted to announce that the second annual Peer Review Week will run from September 19- 25, 2016.
Editorial Manager makes it easy for journal administrators to customize the author experience, and a newly released video highlights this functionality. Journal office staff can use this feature to display relevant journal messages or information about partner services, all of which can be tailored using HTML.
Two newly launched journals are using Editorial Manager to power submission and peer review workflows.
In June, five Wolters Kluwer Health titles launched using Editorial Manager and ProduXion Manager’s books functionality.
At EMUG 2016, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Richard Wynne, presented “A Sustainable Model for Scholarly Journals Publishing.”
Editorial Manager, and other systems handling submission and peer review, allow authors to check in on manuscript status. However, update frequency, status descriptions, and other factors differ between journals.
We asked about 150 of our customers– the 2016 Editorial Manager User Group– to help us locate the “treasure” in Editorial Manager. If this sounds familiar, it’s because we tasked our 2016 European Editorial Manager User group meeting attendees with something similar.
Vice President of Sales and Marketing Richard Wynne is participating in a Persistent Identifiers panel discussion at SSP 2016.
EMUG 2016: The innovation train is leaving the station – climb aboard! Early bird rates expire soon.
This is a meeting you won’t want to miss! EMUG 2016 sessions include: Decision Support tools with presentations from Meta and StatReviewer Workflow 2020 Preprint server integration Manuscript editing tool integration Funder integration Funders and APC processing Book workflow innovations Reviewer and Editor Discussion Forums Career development Keynote by Kent Anderson on “The Economics ofRead More