As part of the interviews I conducted for my European Science Editing Social Media article (see previous blog post), I spoke to Andrew Preston over email, but we concluded the conversation too late to make it into the final version of the article.
Andrew is a chemist from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, and the founder of Publons – an online platform at the forefront of one of the more interesting avenues of open/social science in acknowledging the contribut
I recently created a new Facebook Page for the European Association of Science Editors (EASE)
Here it is! https://www.facebook.com/EurSciEd We will use the page to help grow the EASE community, communicating a lot more information about the Association, along with news of academic discoveries and events. We will also discuss publishing industry innovations and activities, as well as offering information for scholarly publishing professionals.
The page will allow us to be
I have an article in the February issue of Editorial Office News, the newsletter of the ISMTE, titled "Developing Communications: Customising and Automating Submission System Templates"
Members can read it here for free, for non-members, costs $30:
http://www.ismte.org/?page=EONFebruary2016 "One of the most frequently raised issues with peer review is the long delay many authors experience with the process. The four main roles contributing to the reviewing process are the