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  Volume 8, Issue 9—September 2015

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 ISMTE: a Community for Sharing, Connecting, and Growing
by Meghan McDevitt 

Article title: "ISMTE: a Community for Sharing, Connecting, and Growing"
Author: Meghan McDevitt
Publication date: September 1, 2015
Volume 8, Issue 9, page 1 


AuthorAID and Journals Online: An Update
by Julie Walker

Article title: "AuthorAID and Journals Online: An Update"
Author: Julie Walker
Publication date: September 1, 2015
Volume 8, Issue 9, page 3
Article DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18243/eon/2015.8.9.1 

Julie Walker, AuthorAID Director at INASP, provides an update on the AuthorAID program, which supports researchers in developing countries through mentoring, training, and networking, and the Journals Online (JOL) program, which works to improve the accessibility and visibility of research from developing countries. There is much room for collaboration between INASP’s programs and the ISMTE. 


Of Pole Dancers and School Lunches
by Deborah Bowman      

Article title: "Of Pole Dancers and School Lunches"
Author: Deborah Bowman
Publication date: September 1, 2015
Volume 8, Issue 9, page 6
Article DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18243/eon/2015.8.9.2

Deborah Bowman, MFA, ELS, reflects on her ten years of experience working and managing staff remotely.


 When Everybody Works from Home
by Glenn Collins

Article title: "When Everybody Works from Home"
Author: Glenn Collins
Publication date: September 1, 2015
Volume 8, Issue 9, page 8
Article DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18243/eon/2015.8.9.3

Glenn Collins discusses his experience working remotely, touching on the pros and cons and what he likes best (and least) about it. 


 Adapt to Survive: You’re Either LinkedIn or You’re Out
by Stephanie Kinnan 

Article title: "Adapt to Survive: You’re Either LinkedIn or You’re Out"
Author: Stephanie Kinnan
Publication date: September 1, 2015
Volume 8, Issue 9, page 10
Article DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18243/eon/2015.8.9.4

In her article, “Adapt to Survive: You’re Either LinkedIn or You’re Out,” Stephanie Kinnan describes the many benefits of using social media to promote your journal and offers suggestions for how best to manage and maintain more than one social media site. 


Giving Editors Community: Lessons from Creating an Online Editor Portal
 
by Paige Wooden

Article title: "Giving Editors Community: Lessons from Creating an Online Editor Portal"
Author: Paige Wooden
Publication date: September 1, 2015
Volume 8, Issue 9, page 14
Article DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18243/eon/2015.8.9.5

For many of us, a key element of our day-to-day work involves responding to and answering questions from our editors, authors, and reviewers. It can be repetitive and sometimes confusing to constantly send out information and track responses. The Publications Department at the American Geophysical Union came up with and implemented a solution—the AGU’s Editor Portal—as a way to increase communication among editors and to serve as a hub for journal-related information.


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