Role of a journal editor is not only thrilling but it is also a discouraging job if he works without daily interaction with associates. This guideline will put emphasis on relevant problems.
Firstly, Study existing process with important criteria of journal with preceding editor, then compare and analyses with OARS checkpoints.Read More
A Short Guide to Ethical Editing for new Editors.
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Composed of the Global Journals Council, the Publications Board, the Special Interest Groups, program chairs and committees, editors-in-chief and editorial boards aim to provide the framework that allows all constituencies, including readers and libraries, to participate fairly and effectively.Read More
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