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 Volume 11, Issue 10 — November 2018

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The Questions Authors Ask: A Survey of Three Peer-Reviewed Journals
by Meghan McDevitt, Managing Editor, The Journal of Pediatrics

Article title: "The Questions Authors Ask: A Survey of Three Peer-Reviewed Journals"
Author: Meghan McDevitt
Publication date: November 1, 2018
Volume 11, Issue 10, page 2
Article DOI:
https://doi.org/10.18243/eon/2018.11.10.1

Read about Meghan McDevitt’s recent study, which aimed to identify the most common types of questions received and to determine if these varied based on the journal.


Interview with an Award Winner: Sherryl Sundell

Article title: "Interview with an Award Winner: Sherryl Sundell"
Publication date:  November 1, 2018
Volume 11, Issue 10, page 6
Article DOI: https://doi.org/10.18243/eon/2018.11.10.2

Meet Sherryl Sundell, the recipient of the 2018 ISMTE Award for Achievement or Innovation.


Interview with an Award Winner: Meghan McDevitt

Article title: "Interview with an Award Winner: Meghan McDevitt"
Publication date:  November 1, 2018
Volume 11, Issue 10, page 8
Article DOI: https://doi.org/10.18243/eon/2018.11.10.3

Meet Meghan McDevitt, the recipient of the 2018 ISMTE Award for Excellence.


Is There a Business Case for Open Data?
by Tim Vines, PhD, Consultant, Origin Editorial

Article title: "Is There a Business Case for Open Data?"
Author: Tim Vines, PhD
Publication date:  November 1, 2018
Volume 11, Issue 10, page 9
Article DOI: https://doi.org/10.18243/eon/2018.11.10.4

We have seen open access grow from a fringe concept into a widespread business model. Tim Vines explores whether we can we hope for the same with open data.


Predatory Journals: Take Two
by Meghan McDevitt, Managing Editor, The Journal of Pediatrics

Article title: "Predatory Journals: Take Two"
Author: Meghan McDevitt
Publication date:  November 1, 2018
Volume 11, Issue 10, page 11
Article DOI: https://doi.org/10.18243/eon/2018.11.10.5

Read some more classics of unintentional humor from predatory journals.


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