10 of the most read stories from Authors’ Update in 2015

In case you missed them, check out the most popular stories that have been read by your peers in the past 12 months

1) 3 top tips for responding to reviewer comments on your manuscript

An editor and publisher highlight the dos and don’ts when providing feedback

2) Learn all you need to know about the publishing process with our free downloadable guides

The booklets, hosted on our interactive Publishing Campus training platform, cover a range of topics

3) Free access to journals for unemployed postdocs

 Out of work postdoctoral scholars can get free access to Elsevier's journals and books on ScienceDirect

4) My Research Dashboard showcases usage and citations in a single location

The personalized dashboards have been developed to help you understand how your publications are being read, shared and cited

5) Why science needs to publish negative results

An Elsevier publisher argues that an experiment shouldn't have to show positive results to earn its place in the published literature

6) From submission to sharing: the life cycle of an article

Understand the different steps of the publication process by following an article through its life cycle

7) ORCID/EES integration offers new benefits to researchers

Learn why 50,000 EES users have already linked their ORCID identity to their publication history using our online publication system

(Although this was posted in 2013, it was still widely read in 2015)

8) 5 ways you can ensure your manuscript avoids the desk reject pile

Looking at your submission through the eyes of a journal editor

9) How reviewers look at your paper – your top 9 questions answered

During a recent online webinar, Publisher Jaap van Harten explained how an understanding of the peer-review process can help authors be more successful

(Although this was posted in 2014, it was still widely read in 2015)

10) Making the article submission process simpler for authors

EVISE® - the new editorial system from Elsevier is being rolled out to all journals

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