On this page, we provide an elaborate account of our endeavors within the publishing domain. We elucidate the path authors and their manuscripts traverse. Our adept team, steering the facets of article management, assumes a pivotal role.
Our esteemed editorial team consists of seasoned professionals, each contributing a unique skill set to uphold the excellence and authenticity of our publication. With well-defined roles encompassing peer review, content curation, and formatting, we affirm our commitment to ensuring that every facet of our work adheres to the highest standards.
The managing editor is sometimes called the Associate Editor as they help and stand in for the Editor in Chief's tasks when needed.
Editors assess the article initially for scope, topic appeal, and quality. All editors (except the Copy Editor) can rate it as 'positive' or 'negative.' To proceed, the article needs either no negative points or a positive-to-negative point ratio of at least 5:1.
This step involves a comprehensive evaluation of the article for further processing. Sometimes, author revisions and justifications are needed to ensure a smooth peer-review process and minimize editing or writing errors.
Editor-in-Chief or Managing Editor designates a Sectional Editor responsible for overseeing the article's subsequent stages.
The Designated Sectional Editor, Editor-in-Chief, or Managing Editor invites a minimum of two Reviewers, arranges schedules, and evaluates peer-review results. Editors may include separate comments, in addition to Reviewers' feedback, for article improvements.
After receiving recommendations from referees, the designated Sectional Editor or Editor-in-Chief will make a decision regarding the article. Minor or major revisions are often required with another round of peer-review before reaching a final decision.
After acceptance, a Copy Editor will work on the article layout with guidance from the Sectional Editor or Editor-in-Chief. The Copy Editor will communicate with the Author to finalize the manuscript for publication readiness.
The Managing Editor prepares metadata and all necessary elements for publication. Once everything is finalized, the publication is scheduled.
This phase involves disseminating content across various platforms, monitoring performance metrics, preserving archives, addressing reader queries, rectifying post-publication errors, and advancing content promotion.
Check the Manuscript Lifecycle for detailed workflow.
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