Guide to Editor Resources

Editors play a vital role in the scientific community. Every day, you make judgement calls that have a direct impact on published research, and on individual researchers' careers.

Our Editors Resources offer information and guidance to support you in providing the best experience for your journal's community.

Maximize the discoverability of your journal and help your authors increase the impact of their article.
   
Learn more about the submission process and how to optimize and manage it.
   
Information on the production process, the editorial board, best practice for the author database, author communication, and special issues.
   
Learn more about your peer review duties as an editor, including finding reviewers and managing delays.
   
Discover the different methods of analysis available to monitor journal performance.
   
Encourage submissions from authors in emerging markets and the Wiley English Language Editing Service.
   
Take advantage of the industry’s most comprehensive publishing ethics guidelines.
   
A concise overview of the editorial process advising you on all steps in the process of editing a journal.
   
The dedicated online training site for editors of Wiley journals.
   
Regular live events in the US, UK, and China for Wiley EiCs.
   
The online home for your journal.
   

 

 

 

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