Articles tagged with: special issues

November 23, 2017 | Chantal Reilly, Production Editor

Production guidance for special issues and guest editors


Special issues are a great opportunity to invite guest editors to work on your journal and focus on current and exciting topics in the field. To ensure smooth production of the special issue, it is essential that the guest editors are aware of all the journal requirements as early as possible.…

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September 13, 2017 | Kathy Robson Editorial Systems Manager

Peer review support for guest editors on your journal


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.…

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March 28, 2017 | Dr. Stephen Childe, Editor, Production Planning & Control

Making the most of Special Issues


Dr Stephen ChildeDr. Stephen Childe is an Associate Professor in Operations Management at Plymouth Business School, and the Editor of Taylor & Francis journal Production Planning & Control (PPC). In this post, Dr. Childe reflects on his experience of planning and publishing special issues, and offers tips for fellow Editors.…

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June 15, 2016 | Scott Yearsley, Managing Editor

10 ways to develop your journal


Editors already play a crucial role in journal development; they send signals to the readership through their selection of papers and appointment of board members, for example. But the pace of change in the world of journals is immense, and there are a number of other strategies that an editor can employ. The following are just a few ideas for you to consider.
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