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Ethics and plagiarism — what every editor should know

Ethics and plagiarism: What every editor should know

The challenges journal editors face with ethical issues and plagiarism and the role they can play in solving them with tools from Elsevier (Presented by Laura Schmidt, Managing Editor of Physica B, for the Editors' Update Webcast Library)



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Marc D. Baldwin, PhD November 26, 2012 at 1:25 pm

Good presentation. May I repost it on my blog and/or offer it as a resource to my clients, editors, and students?

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Alison Bert November 26, 2012 at 6:43 pm

Hi Dr. Baldwin. I'm glad you found the video useful, and thank you for asking if you can post it. I haven't been able to reach anyone at Editors' Update today, but I think it would be fine to use if you would include attribution something like: This video from the Editors' Update Webcast Library comes to us from Elsevier Connect, linking "Elsevier Connect" to this page: http://elsevierconnect.com/ethics-and-plagiarism-what-every-editor-should-know. Then you can link the actual video directly to http://mediazone.brighttalk.com/comm/ReedElsevier/99ed983c88-25930-2251-28002. Please feel free to embed the video link on your post, or use a screenshot with a hyperlink.

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Elsevier Admin November 27, 2012 at 8:25 pm

Hi again, Dr. Baldwin. The director of this series has suggested that you link the video to the Editors' Update Webcast Library (http://editorsupdate.elsevier.com/category/webcast/). She said there is a wealth of other information on this page for those who would be interested in this video.

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Marc Baldwin November 4, 2013 at 4:23 pm

Hi,



Better late than never with my reply...



Thanks for the info. Been very busy with teaching and running http://edit911.com. Business is excellent and we've maintained a perfect A+ BBB record by being an ethical editing service.



Have you any opportunities available for guest authors of relevant articles?



Thanks!

Marc D. Baldwin, PhD

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