The European Association of Science Editors (EASE) is an international community of individuals and associations from diverse backgrounds, linguistic traditions and professional experience in science communication and editing.
Here is something which would be intresting to hear EASE member’s thoughts on.
This week the STM Association published their recommendations on the next EU Framework programme, regarding open access and open science.
It addresses funding for gold oa, hybrid journals, APC caps, embargo periods, existing infrastructure and journal models, longer t…[Read more]
Dear EASE members,
The Nominations Committee invites EASE members to submit suggestions for nominations.
At the next EASE Annual General Meeting (in Bucharest, 8th June 2018), it will be time to elect a new Council to serve EASE for the next 3 years.
Council comprises a President, the immediate Past-President, two Vice-Presidents, a Secretary…[Read more]
Hot on the heels of the Peer Reviewer toolkit, comes a revised Author Toolkit!
In the same style as the PR Toolkit, I have organised all the resources in the toolkit into some main themes and collected them together in different pages.
The main themes of the modules are:
General Writing Tips
Peer Review for Authors
Publishing and…[Read more]
This is the general discussion forum.
We invite all members and non-members alike to join us for discussion of current events, developments, information and experience related to the world of academic publishing in science.
We have specialist forums for dedicated topics, some of which are members-only, but this is an open group for everyone to…[Read more]
This is the public discussion forum of the EASE Peer Review Committee.
The Group is being led by Flaminio Squazzoni (University of Brescia, Italy) and Ines Steffens (Eurosurveillance, Sweden).
We invites members and non-members to use this forum to discuss all things related to Peer Review.
The group will be looking at questions such as: