If you’re an editor, or anyone who spends a lot of time on email for work, Summer means one thing: auto-responses! From vague pronouncements that the recipient won’t be checking email for some indeterminate time, to the too specific envy-inducing brags about exotic destinations that likely won’t have internet access, it can seem on some Summer days that everyone but you isn’t working.
So in the spirit of Summer, here is the first Science Editor Newsletter Summer Edition Link-a-rama. We’ve collected links, mostly without comment, of recent Science Editor articles, other resources, recipes (because Summer), and more. Enjoy at your own pace.
And be on the lookout online and in mailboxes later this month for the Summer 2019 issue of Science Editor.
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Resource: A new entry in Barbara Meyers Ford’s always interesting “Gatherings of an Infovore” column provides an overview of PLAN S: Where Is It Now?
CSE 2019 Annual Meeting Reports:
- Innovation in the Publishing Space
- Two Sides of the Same Coin: What Does Production Need From Editorial and What Does Editorial Need From Production?
- Shared Open Source Infrastructure in Workflow
Recipe: Grilled Mexican Street Corn!
Book Review: Open a refreshing bottle of wine and enjoy our review of the recent CSE Book Club section Cork Dork: A Wine-Fueled Adventure Among the Obsessive Sommeliers, Big Bottle Hunters, and Rogue Scientists Who Taught Me to Live for Taste
Highlights of the 2019 AAAS Annual Meeting: Science—and Its Communication—Transcending Boundaries
Peer Review Week 2019: Theme announced, “Quality in Peer Review” (September 16 – 20, 2019)
Need help finding a new a job?: Interview Preparedness: How to Find and Interview for the Next Right Job (CSE Members Only)
Want to become more involved with CSE? Join a Committee
Photo Essay: Pictorial History of Indexing at the US National Library of Medicine (CSE Members Only)
In Conclusion: 7 Reasons You Should Unplug This Summer
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