Articles tagged with: journals

October 1, 2015 | Sarah Robbie, Peer Review Manager

Publishing ethics and the role of the editor


Publishing ethics and ethics misconduct are something that journal editors certainly hear a lot about, whether through direct experience in dealing with misconduct on their journals, or through reading about them more and more in the media. But why are ethics important? And what is the role of the editor in ethics? Find out in this post.
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September 22, 2015 | Elaine Devine, Communications Manager (Author Relations)

Author Services: new look, new support for every researcher

Why we’re relaunching our online support for authors


We’ve spent time listening to researchers at all stages of their careers, from those taking their first steps following the completion of their Ph.D., to those with many years’ experience of academia, and across all disciplines. We’ve taken that feedback and turned it into a new-look Author Services, offering support for authors at every stage of the publishing process. Find out how it can benefit your work as a journal editor.
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