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Communicating Science for a Sustainable Future

CSE is a dynamic community of editorial professionals dedicated to the responsible and effective communication of science. KnowledgeWorks Global Ltd. looks forward to meeting with our industry colleagues for the 2024 CSE Annual Meeting in Portland, OR, May 4–7 at Booth 7.

KGL has been serving scholarly publishing clients with creative editorial office solutions since 2000. Our work demonstrates an extraordinary blend of expertise that spans comprehensive publication management, including editorial development, scientific editing and production services, peer review and workflow management, digital publishing, and financial management. Our global team support scores of clients and hundreds of journals of all sizes.

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Visit us at CSE and find out how to revolutionize peer review with KGL’s expanded Smart Review workflow tool that automates common tasks to expedite manual processes, preserve editorial quality, and improve author, reviewer, and editor satisfaction.

You can also learn more about overall peer review and editorial office management—including our subject editor service, our PeerTrack manuscript system, bias awareness training, services for societiesbusiness consulting, high-speed publishing on Smart Suite®, integrated hosting on KGL PubFactory, and print and ancillary services from our sister company, Sheridan.

Click below to schedule a meeting and reimagine your publishing workflow!

We also hope you will also join us at the CSE sessions KGL is presenting:

Evolving Roles and Relationships for a Sustainable Publishing Ecosystem: A Discussion with the CSE Industry Advisory Board

General Session, Monday, May 6, 9:00–10:00 AM

Moderator:
Jonathan Schultz, Director, Journal Operations, American Heart Association

Speakers:
Angela Cochran, VP, Publishing, American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
Kevin Lomangino, Director of Consulting, KnowledgeWorks Global Ltd
Daniella Thoren, Associate Director, Wolters Kluwer Health
George Woodward, Publishing Director, Acquisitions & Renewals, Oxford University Press
Elizabeth Yepez, Business Development Manager, Elsevier

The landscape of scientific editing and publishing is in a seemingly constant state of flux, with disruptions arising from new technologies (AI!), business models (OA!), research integrity concerns (paper mills!), and more. At the center of the scientific publishing ecosystem is an interconnected collection of societies, publishers, editors, and supporting organizations and companies working to manage these disruptions while promoting the responsible and effective communication of science.

In this opening session at the CSE Annual Meeting, members of the CSE Industry Advisory Board, representing commercial publishers, consultants, and societies, will explore the ways these challenges and opportunities play out from their respective perspectives. This session aims to provide attendees with a thought-provoking foundation for the many topics they will consider throughout the meeting.

Ethics Clinic: Paper Mills and Predatory Publishers

General Session, Tuesday, May 7, 8:30–10:00 AM

Moderators:
Jennifer Mahar, Executive Peer Review Manager, Origin Editorial
Alexandra Kahler, Director, KGL Editorial

Speakers:
Patrick Franzen, Director, Publications and Platform, SPIE
Renee Hoch, Managing Editor, Publication Ethics, PLOS
Chirag “Jay” Patel, Head of Sales, Cactus Communications

Paper mills and predatory publishers are using a variety of tactics that compromise the integrity of the scientific record, including selling content, fabricating or plagiarizing content, selling authorship, false representation, and manipulating peer review. In this traditional Ethics Clinic, presenters will share cases of paper mill activity and discuss the specific tools they are using and policy changes they have enacted to prevent paper mills from infiltrating and impacting their publications. Presenters will help educate participants on predatory publishers to help authors and reviewers become more aware of unethical behavior. This is an interactive session, so please come prepared to share and learn!

All Together Now: Multi-Journal Approaches to Submission Standardization

Breakout Session, Tuesday, May 7, 2:15–3:15 PM

Speakers:
Joel Schanke, Editorial Operations Supervisor, Cell Press
Jonathan Schultz, Senior Director, Journal Operations, American Heart Association
Katie Murphy, Senior Managing Editor, KnowledgeWorks Global Ltd.

Standardization is meant to optimize the manuscript submission process and is most effective when the standards are broadly adopted. This session will address the benefits of standardizing processes across multiple journals for a best practices workflow to elevate the level of editorial oversight while maximizing the efficiency of editorial staff.

Case studies will look at implementing standards across organizations journals’ and others that are developing multi-journal submission portals. Presenters will speak to the technological component of using a manuscript system to its full capability while reducing manual processes, increasing author/peer review/editor satisfaction, and adhering to best practices.

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