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Below is an overview of all the webcasts we created specifically for editors. If there is a topic not covered and you would like to see, please leave your suggestion in the Comment section below.

Note: Authors and reviewers could also find these webcasts relevant.


Content Innovation

November 18, 2015

Speaker: Simone Groothuis, Content Innovation Manager

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3D models, interactive maps, interactive plots, and lots more: Elsevier's Content Innovation portfolio offers a large range of options for enriching the content of published research. How can you make your journal benefit from these over 40 ways of enhancing article content? And how do you practically deal with this material when it comes in? This webcast will give you the answers - and also tell you a bit about how we develop these features working closely with research communities.


Trends in Journal Publishing for Health & Medical Sciences

November 11, 2015

Speaker: Dr Andrew Plume, Director Scientometric & Market Analysis

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The publishing landscape is changing quickly and no doubt in your role as an Editor you are confronted with some of these changes on a daily basis. We would like to present some of the latest trends in the Health & Medical Sciences field by examining the following questions: Are too many articles being published? Is finding and accessing articles getting easier? What is the cost of article access and usage?


Trends in Journal Publishing for Social Sciences & Economics

November 4, 2015

Speaker: Dr Andrew Plume, Director Scientometric & Market Analysis

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The publishing landscape is changing quickly and no doubt in your role as an Editor you are confronted with some of these changes on a daily basis. We would like to present some of the latest trends in the Social Sciences & Economics field by examining the following questions: Are too many articles being published? Is finding and accessing articles getting easier? What is the cost of article access and usage?


How to make your  journal stand out from the crowd

September 16, 2015

Speaker: Steve Haynes, Head of eMarketing

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This webcast will introduce you to the latest Elsevier tools and innovations which can help attract authors and readers to your journal. We welcome you to share your thoughts or questions during the registration process, so that we can address as many of these as possible.


Research Data

September 9, 2015

Speaker: Dr Helena Cousijn, Data Product Manager

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There is a growing awareness of the importance of research data. Elsevier is committed to encouraging and supporting researchers who want to store, share, discover and reuse data. To this end, Elsevier has set up several initiatives that allow authors to make their data available when they publish with Elsevier. In this webcast we will discuss these initiatives and focus on how editors can use these opportunities to make their journal more appealing to researchers.


Introducing EVISE® - Elsevier’s new submission system

September 2, 2015

Speaker: John O’Brien, EVISE Senior Product Manager

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This webcast covers the context around why Elsevier is introducing this new platform, the benefits to you as an Editor, the key features and the next steps for deploying your journal if you are not already using the platform.


Mendeley Editor Program for Elsevier Editors

July 1, 2015

Speaker: Jennifer Chang, Global Director, Mendeley

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This webcast is designed to tell you about Mendeley, a free reference management tool integrated with one of the largest academic collaboration network as well as benefits for joining the Mendeley Editor Program. With over 4 million users, Mendeley is a modern researcher workflow tool that enables researchers to better read, write, publish, and showcase their expertise with the rest of research community.


Improving the Publication Experience for your Authors

June 25, 2015

Speaker: Alina Helsloot, Executive Publisher

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As Editor of an Elsevier journal, you know how important it is to attract the best authors in your field to your journal. Elsevier is dedicated to improving our authors’ publication experience, and has developed a number of initiatives that help authors on their publishing journey. For example, have you heard about “My Research Dashboard”, a fully integrated, customized dashboard for Elsevier authors offering key insights on article impact?


Trends in Journal Publishing for Life Sciences

June 9, 2015

Speaker: Dr Andrew Plume, Director of Market Intelligence

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The publishing landscape is changing quickly and no doubt in your role as an Editor you are confronted with some of these changes on a daily basis. We would like to present some of the latest trends in the Life Sciences field and discuss what these trends mean for you following the topics Content innovation and research data & Researcher centricity.


Trends in Journal Publishing for Physical Sciences

June 3, 2015

Speaker: Dr Andrew Plume, Director of Market Intelligence

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The publishing landscape is changing quickly and no doubt in your role as an Editor you are confronted with some of these changes on a daily basis. We would like to present some of the latest trends in the Physical Sciences field and discuss what these trends mean for you following the topics Content innovation and research data & Researcher centricity.


Open Access Publishing

April 8, 2015

Speaker: Els Bosma, Program Director for Open Access

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Find out all about Open Access publishing through live presentation and discussion on different Open Access models (gold versus green), hybrid journals versus full Open Access journals & delayed Open Access.


Elsevier’s Innovations in Peer Review

April 2, 2015

Speakers: Dr Joris van Rossum, Director of Publishing Innovation and Dr Bahar Mehmani, Publishing Innovation Manager

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In this webcast, you will updated on a range of experiments and innovations around peer review. Aspects such as reviewer motivation and recognition, open peer review, and cross-reviewing will be addressed.


The Changing Journal Landscape

March 10, 2015

Speaker: David Clark, SVP Life Sciences and Social Sciences & Economics

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The publishing landscape is changing quickly and no doubt in your role as an Editor you are confronted with some of these changes on a daily basis. This presentation includes a brief introduction to Elsevier, some trends in our markets, shifting perceptions around peer review, changes related to shifting OA needs, the role of content innovation, journal marketing & what does it mean for you and what is your role?


Capturing High Impact Content for your Journal

March 4, 2015

Speaker: Dr Floris de Hon, Publishing Director

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Find out how we can work together to overcome the challenge to attract; high-impact Authors and high-impact papers.


An Editor’s Guide to Authorship: definitions, dilemmas & dramas

February 4, 2015

Speakers: Catriona Fennell, Director of Journal Services and Jessica Clark, Associate General Counsel

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Elsevier offers many resources to fully support you, should you encounter any publishing ethics issues in your role as editor. Please join us for a presentation on the complex topic of authorship including definitions from different disciplines, dealing with authorship disputes, gift & ghost authorship.

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