Academic and Professional Publishing by Robert Campbell, Ed Pentz, Ian Borthwick

By Robert Campbell, Ed Pentz, Ian Borthwick

Educational publishing represents a various communications rooted within the scholarly environment, peer evaluation, and further price services and products. Publishers during this box play a severe and depended on position, registering, certifying, disseminating and conserving wisdom throughout clinical, technical and clinical (STM), humanities and social technology disciplines. educational Publishing attracts jointly specialist publishing execs, to supply accomplished perception into the foremost advancements within the and the leading edge and multi-disciplinary ways being utilized to satisfy novel challenges.

This e-book contains 20 chapters masking what publishers do, how they paintings so as to add price and what the long run might convey. themes contain: peer-review; the scholarly environment; the electronic revolution; publishing and conversation techniques; company versions and funds; editorial and construction workflows; digital publishing criteria; quotation and bibliometrics; person event; revenues, licensing and advertising and marketing; the evolving function of libraries; ethics and integrity; felony and copyright facets; courting administration; the way forward for magazine publishing; the impression of exterior forces; occupation improvement; and belief in educational publishing.

This ebook offers a complete overview of the built-in procedure publishers take to aid and increase communications inside educational publishing.

  • Brings jointly professional publishing execs to supply an authoritative perception into developments
  • Details the demanding situations publishers face and the modern approaches and techniques used to fulfill them
  • Discusses the variety of recent verbal exchange channels and company types that go well with the wide range of topic parts publishers paintings in

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There are no confidential comments in the review forms, and reviewers who have any concerns, for example about ethical issues or data integrity, are asked to write direct to the editor. As well as making transparent the ‘black box’ of the editorial process (for articles accepted for publication), the journal sees the editorial information it is providing as an educative tool for researchers, and evidence that the peer-review process is usually constructive and effective. BMJ Open posts signed reviewers’ reports and authors’ responses in a ‘peer review history’ file attached to the articles it publishes, along with previous versions of the manuscript.

14 2 Peer review in a rapidly evolving publishing landscape Irene Hames Abstract: Pre-publication peer review has long been recognised as a cornerstone of scholarly publishing. Despite various criticisms and a number of shortcomings, this scrutiny and critical assessment by experts is still considered essential by many. This chapter describes the realistic expectations of peer review and what constitutes good practice, emphasising the important role of the editor. It also outlines the many ways traditional peer review is being adapted, the new models that are appearing, and the increasing emphasis on openness and transparency.

The named reviewers’ reports, the authors’ responses and all the versions of the manuscript are posted online with the published article. Another journal, The EMBO Journal, has introduced what it calls a ‘transparent editorial process’ (Pulverer, 2010). Since 2009 it has invited authors to have a ‘peer review process file’ included online with their published articles. Around 95 per cent do, and the files are apparently popular and reasonably accessed (Pulverer, 2010). Included in the file are the timeline and correspondence relevant to the processing of the manuscript: the reviewers’ reports (but with the reviewers’ identities kept anonymous), the authors’ responses, the editorial decision letters, and other correspondence between the editor and authors.

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