EASE Conference: Managing Ethics Session Abstract

In addition to moderating a session on the Certification of Editors at the forthcoming EASE Conference, I will also be be a session speaker in a session discussing the role of technical and managing editors in preventing publishing misconduct. This session will be at 3.30pm on Saturday 11th June. Here is the session overview. The full abstract, with details of all speakers is available from the EASE site here Are authors always wrong? This session will look at how the editorial processes can help authors to avoid problems and raise the quality of their work before publication. This session will consider potential misconduct and quality issues from the perspectives of language and copyed

Future Pub 7

On 10th May, I went up to London for the seventh Overleaf Future Pub event, hosted by Digital Science (and then on to the Scholarly Social meet-up in a pub down the road afterwards to continue the conversations). There were seven speakers, presenting their modern publishing initiatives, in lightning-fast five minutes of information overload. The whole event was very interesting, I took loads of notes, and although it’s taken me a while to get them down, I have finally written this post up about them all, including my own opinions on the proposals and ideas the speakers where discussing. The seven speakers represented: Sparrho PeerCog DSensor.org Biomed Peerwith Rio Journal ‘Cit

ESE Author Q&A: Omar Sabaj Meruane

In the latest edition of my ESE Author Q&A series, I spoke to Omar Sabaj Meruane of Universidad de La Serena, who published the article ‘Relationship between the duration of peer-review, publication decision, and agreement among reviewers in three Chilean journals’ in the November 2015 issue of European Science Editing 41(4). Read the full interview on the EASE Blog here This article is of particular interest to peer review administrators and editors looking to increase the efficiency of their peer review processes, providing a novel insight into the relationships between peer review time and reviewers recommendations. "The more innovative aspect of our research programme (that is not well

EASE Conference: Certification Session Abstract

Abstract for the EASE Conference session I am moderating, on Sunday 12th June. Further details of the conference such as, booking information, full programme and abstracts are available at the EASE Website here: http://www.ease.org.uk/ease-events/13th-ease-conference-strasbourg-france 13th EASE Conference, 10-12 June 2016, Strasbourg, France Raising Standards Parallel Session 4B: Sunday 12th June, 10:45-12:00 Editor certification and raising standards Moderated my Duncan Nicholas, DN Journal Publishing Services, Brighton, UK This session will have an emphasis on the role and scope of knowledge and competencies required of an Editor-in-Chief (EiC) of a journal. The current environmen

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