April 19, 2016 | Claire Doffegnies, Journals Development Coordinator

The role of a journal editor

Our latest Editor Resources newsletter

Are you a new journal editor? Or a seasoned editor looking for fresh ideas and insights? Perhaps you are a reviewer wanting to find out more about the role of an editor, or an author keen to edit a journal in the future.

Whatever your story, read our latest Editor Resources newsletter for information, news and tips. In this issue, we focus on the role of a journal editor.

What’s inside?

  • What does the role of editor look like in 2016? Graham Walton, Editor of New Review of Academic Librarianship reflects
  • We asked editors ‘What do you wish you’d known when you first started editing a journal?’ Read what they said
  • Editorial Board tips and tricks
  • How the editors of Australian Feminist Studies launched a mentoring scheme for new academic writers
  • What are the joys and challenges in the role of editor?
  • Guidance on editor transition planning
Published: April 19, 2016 | Author: Claire Doffegnies, Journals Development Coordinator | Category: Front page, Managing my journal, News and ideas | Tagged with: