The importance of partners in publishing workflows
- You have been in publishing for over 30 years working with publishers on their books and journals. How has publishing changed in that time? 03:18
- What are some of the best practices that you have been able to put in place for peer review that has helped you run a smooth process? 04:50
- How do authors view the peer review process? What could authors do better to have a smoother experience? 09:00
- What is the secret to a smooth publication process? What are some of the key factors to making that happen? 11.15
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Jack's background in scientific, medical, and scholarly publishing (books and journals) spans over 20 years. During this time, He worked for publishers like Springer, Oxford University Press, Elsevier, HarperCollins, American Chemical Society, and others. He has also worked cooperatively with authors and editors internationally, as well with typesetters and printers throughout the United States, England, Germany, Belgium, India, and the Philippines. Specialities: books, journals, peer-review management, editorial-production management, remote office support, editing, graphics, press releases.
After earning a degree in Environmental Resources from the University of Rhode Island, Arlene worked as a research assistant at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. In 1983, she transitioned into scientific and medical publishing at Raven Press/Raven Health Care Communications and later at Springer-Verlag’s New York City offices. She moved to North Carolina in 1989, founding Technica Editorial Services with Jack Nestor.
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