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Issue 43 - May 2014

Sharing Research Special - May 2014

With so much information now available online, ensuring good research can be found and read has never been more important. We explore the options available to help publishers and researchers highlight papers.

Linda Willems, Editor-in-Chief

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Issue 42 - March 2014

Issue 42 - March 2014

Experimentation is a great springboard for improvement. In this issue we explore new pilots launched for peer review, altmetrics, editor recruitment and research access. Senior editors also share their top editing tips.

Linda Willems, Editor-in-Chief

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Issue 41 - November 2013

Ethics Special Part II

In Part II of our two-part Ethics Special we explore some of the resources available to support you when ethics cases arise. Find out how COPE, CrossCheck, the ORI and Elsevier can help.

Linda Willems, Editor-in-Chief

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Issue 40 - September 2013

Ethics Special Part I

In Part I of our two-part Ethics Special we move from a broad overview of the current publishing ethics landscape to a more detailed examination of aspects such as plagiarism, bias and conflicts of interest.

Linda Willems, Editor-in-Chief

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Short Communications

  • Registrations open for journal editor webinar series

    Registrations are now open for the remaining webinars in our 2014 series for journal editors. Learn more

  • Finding reviewers in EES just got easier…

    Improvements to the Find Reviewers tool in EES have simplified the process of searching for potential referees. Find out more... Learn more

  • An author’s experience of peer review

    Researcher Mounir Adjrad dwells on why constructive reviews are so important to the peer-review process. Learn more

  • The importance of gender balance for editorial teams

    We look at why a gender-balanced editorial team can be beneficial not only to your journal but to the research community at large. Learn more

  • Why I dedicated my journal editorial to open access

    UK-based editor, Professor Peter Griffiths, on why it's so important editors understand open access. Learn more

  • Warning regarding fraudulent call for papers

    Information from our Legal department about a fraudulent call for papers sent out in Elsevier's name. Learn more

  • Publishing skills webinar series for early career researchers

    Registrations are now open for our webinar series for ECRs which focuses on developing their publishing skills. Learn more

  • Discover the latest re. EES user profile consolidation

    Learn what a consolidated EES user profile can mean for ORCID profiles and managing EES accounts. Learn more

  • The road to open access – an editor’s story

    US-based editor, Professor Marion Broome, has written an editorial about open access and what it means for her journal. Learn more

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Trends in journal publishing
Thursday 18th September, 2014

How to make your journal stand out from the crowd
Tuesday 21st October, 2014

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Learn more about our growing library of useful bite-sized webcasts covering a range of subjects relevant to your work as an editor, including ethics, peer review and bibliometrics.

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21-23 November, 2014

Learn more about these forums for dialogue with, and between, our senior editors.