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Quick run through OJS. Not detailed but then it doesn't need to be.

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  • Need to discuss section editors.
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  • 1. Open Journal Systems 101 Kieran Lamb Head of Library Services Fade Library www.fade.nhs.uk
  • 2. Outline
    • Writing for the Journal
    • Editing the Journal
    • Peer Review
    • Galley Proofs
    • Publishing the Journal
  • 3. Writing for the Journal
    • Authors need to register
    • Simple process of creating profile
    • Can also register as a reviewer at this stage or as just a reader
    • 5 Stage Process to Submit
  • 4. Writing for the Journal: Stage 1
    • Author selects section for submission
    • Completes quality checklist reminding them of submission requirements.
    • Can send comments to editor.
  • 5. Writing for the Journal: Stage 2
    • Complete submission metadata form.
    • Gives basic information about the article.
  • 6. Writing for the Journal: Stage 3
    • Uploads document
  • 7. Writing for the Journal: Stage 4
    • Uploads supplementary files.
  • 8. Writing for the Journal: Stage 5
    • Confirms submission.
  • 9. Editing the Journal
    • Editor Creates Issue
  • 10. Editing the Journal
    • Editor logs in
    • Check for submissions.
    • Selects unassigned items and assigns section editor/editor
  • 11. Editing the Journal 2
    • Editor/section editor assigns peer reviewers
  • 12. Peer Review
    • Reviewer is emailed
    • Conducts review
    • Makes recommendation to editor.
  • 13. Editing the Journal 3
    • Editor decides to accept
    • Sends email to author
    • Sends to copy editor.
  • 14. Editing the Journal 4
    • Reviews copy edit status
    • Copy editor and author copy edit article
    • Send for proofreading and for galleys to be prepared
  • 15. Editing the Journal 4
    • Editor reviews copy edit status (sorts copy edit)
    • Copy editor edits emails file for author to copy edit article
    • Copy edits again if required.
    • Sends completed article to Layout editor
  • 16. Editing the Journal 5
    • Editor schedules publication.
    • Initiates Proof Reading
    • Initiates Layout edit by uploading Layout version of item.
  • 17. Editing the Journal 6
    • Layout editor creates Galley as pdf,html and mp3.
    • Uploads them as files and assigns type.
  • 18. Editing the Journal 7
    • Editor can move articles around in Section/Issue.
  • 19. We Have an Issue
    • Journal is published when editor saves table of contents.
    • RSS/Atom feeds are automatically generated.
  • 20. Questions
    • ?