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Editorial: 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.
Editorial: 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.
Editorial: 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.
Editorial: We all know that our world is morphing into a digital one but what does that actually mean for research and how we access it? We find out more.
Editorial: With new OA policies coming into effect in the UK and other developments moving at a rapid pace, this Editors' Update Open Access Special Report reviews the current opportunities available for you and your journal.
Editorial: In this issue we touch on some recent innovations. With innovation comes opportunity so join us to explore some of the new developments on offer to support you and your authors.
Editorial: From ORCID IDs and CrossMark to altmetrics and mobile apps, we keep you in the loop about the latest tools and initiatives that can support you in your role.
Editorial: Please take a few moments to read through our latest issue which has been developed in response to your feedback. Have you got a story to tell? Posting it on our new Short Communications bulletin board is a great way to share it with your fellow Editors. Just click on the link in the right hand bar.
Editorial: In a recent poll you requested more information on open access and here it is... we really hope you enjoy this Editors' Update Open Access Special. Please take advantage of the opportunity to post comments on articles - we always welcome your feedback.
Editorial: As we prepare to say goodbye to 2011, we take a look at some of the innovations introduced and consider what the year ahead might hold for Elsevier and our editors.
Editorial: The growth of Asia is a topic close to many editors' hearts. In this Asia Special edition of Editors' Update, we shine a probing light on some of the pros and cons of that growth and examine the impact for both journals and editors.
Editorial: How we access information is evolving, and evolving fast. Mobile and smart digital content is now presented and accessed in ways that we wouldn’t have dreamed possible just a few years ago. In this issue of Editors’ Update, we explore some of Elsevier’s latest introductions to meet this evolving demand...
Editorial: In this issue of Editors' Update we continue the discussion on the future of online content search and discovery. The launch of SciVerse addresses the trends in cross-border and cross-discipline collaboration within the research community. In the first article, SciVerse: A New Era in Search and Discovery the discussion develops to explore how Elsevier encourages these trends and supports the next generation of 'intelligent online content'...
Editorial: In this, my first issue as Editor-in-Chief, I am very pleased to lead with a discussion on the future of openly accessible raw data and the trends in search and discovery within the research community. Rafael Sidi discusses open data access and innovations within the future of scientific discovery...