Right now in London, nearly 100 industry professionals also known as the European Editorial Manager User Group are heads down collaborating to identify new features and functionality, learn about current and planned innovation, and discuss workflow trends and implementations that serve as infrastructure, enabling efficiency.
Increasingly, publishers require that authors provide their unique ORCID iD along with files and other metadata when submitting work for publication in peer reviewed journals.
What’s on your 2016 Workflow Wishlist?
As you pin up your 2016 calendar in preparation for the year ahead, what workflow infrastructure innovations do you have in mind? Maybe some of the peer review enhancements below will support your strategies for success in 2016!
Perhaps obscure, but this work is no less relevant, especially this week!
There’s a lot in store for Editorial Manager and ProduXion Manager users in 2016. But you’ve already heard about that. Here are the ‘don’t miss’ highlights included in version 12.2.
A new year brings new opportunity. One such opportunity to explore in 2016 is the Copyright Clearance Center’s RightFind XML for Mining. RightFind is developed in partnership with dozens of leading STM publishers, and provides researchers with a single source to find and acquire normalized, XML-formatted full-text licensed content from multiple journals and publishers.
What do Open Access repositories and social media sites have in common?
Aries undertakes continuous curation of the Editorial Manager user interface (UI). As a result, users may have noticed a pattern of incremental improvements. In many cases, these changes are so intuitive and natural that you may not have even noticed them! Here are 12 recent UI improvements – which ones did you notice?