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