By David Solomon
This publication presents a pragmatic consultant to constructing and retaining an digital open entry peer-reviewed scholarly magazine. developing such journals, rather whether it is performed good, calls for loads of really expert wisdom that spans library technology, internet improvement, highbrow estate rights and publishing, in addition to good matters which are certain to the job itself. The booklet presents a truly useful step-by-step consultant to addressing the problems of making an open entry journal.
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Editorial board/governance Gunther Eysenbach is the founder, editor and publisher of the JMIR. In addition, the journal has an elected editorial board with responsibilities such as acting as section editors overseeing the review process for specific sets of manuscripts. The journal also seeks guest editors interested in compiling special themed issues. Indexing/archiving The JMIR is indexed or abstracted in a wide variety of bibliographic databases, reference sources and alert services, including Medline.
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So not only do you have an obligation to the authors who entrust their manuscripts to you, but also to your profession in helping to maintain the archive of knowledge in the field. Chapter 7 discusses the various options for archiving the manuscripts that will be published in your journal. Beyond permanent archiving, which will ensure the long-term survival of the manuscripts you publish, you also have an obligation to the authors who publish in your journal to maintain the journal itself. Journals ‘brand’ the articles they publish with the journal’s reputation.
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