September 21, 2017 |
Claire Doffegnies, Communications Executive
NEW: getting published for the first time
From encouraging people outside of academia to read your work, to exploring the many and varied career paths open to researchers, there’s something for everyone in our podcast series. Created with Vitae – the international program that champions professional development for researchers – the series features interviews from people working in all aspects of research, and offers tips and practical advice that you can pass on to the researchers you work with (and you might even glean some valuable insights yourselves.)Read more...
September 15, 2017 |
Tom Murden ,
Electronic Editorial Systems Coordinator
The primary function of ScholarOne Manuscripts (S1M) is to host and facilitate your journal’s peer review activity. All activity, from the start of the submission process to the point at which an editor makes a decision on a manuscript, is recorded within the system.…
September 14, 2017 |
Dr Mike J Smith,
Editor-in-Chief, 'Journal of Maps'
Dr Mike J. Smith shares his advice and best practice
Dr Mike J. Smith is Editor-in-Chief of the Taylor & Francis publication, Journal of Maps. He has previously written for Editor Resources to reflect on his career as a journal editor, and also to share his experiences of moving to open access.…
September 13, 2017 |
Editorial Systems Manager
Whilst support documentation and training for new editors is a standard element of the training program on submission systems, what you may not know is we can also offer training and process documentation to your guest editors. Whether they are handling one special issue or managing a volume, we, the Electronic Editorial Systems team, are on hand to assist.…