Article-based Publishing Workflow
A journal’s workflow dictates how articles make their way through production and into an issue, and how those issues are compiled and released. In this post, author Lindsey Brounstein defines article-based publishing and shares important considerations for this workflow if you are thinking about implementing it for your journal.
Your Home Office: Managing Technology and Software as a Contractor
Peer review management, journal publishing, and many other activities within scholarly publishing frequently are managed by teams that include contractors—this has become even more common because of the pandemic, with journals finding cost-savings with outsourced editorial personnel. Today's post is the first in a series of "how to" articles around being an independent contractor.
The Importance of Policies for the Editorial Office
Policies are the foundation that we build our workflows on in the editorial office. In this first post of a series dedicated to editorial office policies, Jennifer Mahar explains why they are so important and how clarity, transparency, and documentation are the main keys for writing effective policies.
The Latest Buzz in Our Biz: How Will the Nelson Memo’s Recommendations on Data Deposition Impact Editorial Offices?
How will the Nelson Memo's recommendations on open data impact editorial offices? Kristie Overstreet explores how journal staff can support open-data mandates
Introducing ORIGINal ThoughtsꟷA New Resource from Origin Editorial
ORIGINal Thoughts is a new blog from Origin Editorial. We'll provide news and information that impacts the peer-review community most