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Volume 9, Issue 3 — April 2016
A Global Connection
Article title: "A Global Connection"
ASN’s Interactive Peer-Review Checklist: Regulating the
Article title: "ASN’s Interactive Peer-Review Checklist: Regulating the Peer-Review Process"
Sarah McCormack and Kimberly Rhodes, whose poster won first place last year, discuss the American Society for Nutrition’s interactive peer-review checklist and provide some tips for how you can create a checklist of your own.
ISMTE and the Chicago Collaborative
Article title: "ISMTE and the Chicago Collaborative"
Since 2008, the Chicago Collaborative has brought together representatives from various STM publisher, editor, and librarian organizations in an effort to share, collaborate, and discuss issues of scholarly scientific communication. Read Maggie Haworth’s report to learn more about how the ISMTE brings a unique perspective to the Collaborative.
There Are Plenty of Fish in the Publishing Sea
Article title: "There Are Plenty of Fish in the Publishing Sea"
Have you ever considered the parallels between dating and publishing? Anne Brenner explores the commonalities between these seemingly unrelated processes and provides some advice that is applicable in both situations.
Reducing the Workload
Article title: “Reducing the Workload"
In this month’s Taming Technology article, Simone Larche provides some tips for working with your online editorial system to reduce your workload. Creating email templates and automating letters help save you time—and provide that extra level of customer service to keep your editors, reviewers, and authors happy.
Challenges for Launching a New Journal
Article title: "Challenges for Launching a New Journal"
Dr. Sami Al Hajjar shares his experience with the creation and launch of a new Open Access journal. He touches on the early exploratory process, how to establish a reviewer database, and the challenges faced in encouraging article submissions.
Article title: "Cultivating ORCID"
Many online editorial systems include an option for authors to register for and/or supply an ORCID iD. However, some publishers, such as the Royal Society in the United Kingdom, are now requiring submitting authors to provide their ORCID iDs. Read Stuart Taylor’s article to learn more about why they are encouraging widespread ORCID adoption and how this unique identifier is being integrated into more and more research systems.
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