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Volume 8, Issue 11—November 2015

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 Annual Poster Session at the 2016 ISMTE Conferences
by Erin Dubnansky and Shari Leventhal

Article title: "Annual Poster Session at the 2016 ISMTE Conferences"
Author: Erin Dubnansky and Shari Leventhal
Publication date: November 1, 2015
Volume 8, Issue 11, page 3

It’s not too early to start thinking about submitting a poster for the 2016 conferences. Please consider submitting a poster proposal and be a part of the continued success of the ISMTE poster sessions.


How Do You Figure?
by Ashley Smith, PhD

Article title: "How Do You Figure?"
Author: Ashley Smith, PhD
Publication date: November 1, 2015
Volume 8, Issue 11, page 5
Article DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18243/eon/2015.8.11.1

In “How Do You Figure?” Ashley Smith discusses the common areas of author confusion regarding figure guidelines and offers suggestions on how to simplify and clarify journal guidelines.


Small Journal Management Made Easier
by Judy Connors, MA      

Article title: "Small Journal Management Made Easier"
Author: Judy Connors, MA
Publication date: November 1, 2015
Volume 8, Issue 11, page 8
Article DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18243/eon/2015.8.11.2

We all face the challenges of limited time, staff, and resources to complete a seemingly unending list of “to-do’s.” Judy Connors provides some helpful tactics to do more with less, such as cross-collaboration, content repurposing, and customizing and automating various aspects of your workflow.


Keeping Our Copy Grammatically Correct: A Few Quick Fixes
by David C. Smith      

Article title: "Keeping Our Copy Grammatically Correct: A Few Quick Fixes"
Author: David C. Smith
Publication date: November 1, 2015
Volume 8, Issue 11, page 12
Article DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18243/eon/2015.8.11.3

David Smith presents a list of ten quick grammatical fixes he and his team use when copyediting to prevent ambiguity and confusion in manuscripts. These simple edits help improve readability without overburdening his copyeditors.


Using Altmetrics to Improve Your Journal’s Editorial and Outreach Strategies
by Danielle Padula      

Article title: "Using Altmetrics to Improve Your Journal’s Editorial and Outreach Strategies"
Author: Danielle Padula
Publication date: November 1, 2015
Volume 8, Issue 11, page 16
Article DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18243/eon/2015.8.11.4

Now that we know what altmetrics are, how can we benefit from tracking altmetrics and use them to improve our journals? Danielle Padula answers this question in “Using Altmetrics to Improve Your Journal’s Editorial and Outreach Strategies.”

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