Editors’ roles and Responsibilities
Academic editors evaluate each submitted manuscript's breadth and quality before recommending a course of action based on input from peer reviewers. Collectively, editorial boards are accountable for making sure that the journal publishes top-notch research that is in line with its goals.
Making the decision as to whether or not a submission should be published in JABET is one of an Academic Editor's most crucial responsibilities. This manual offers assistance to new Editors and outlines the procedures involved in the decision-making process.
Approving Special Issues
One-time journal issues called special issues concentrate on a particular subject or modern concern. A group of Guest Editors from outside the Editorial Board make the suggestions and oversee the management of Special Issues. Members of the editorial board are also encouraged to provide ideas for special issues.
Editorial Board members are best placed to make a decision on whether the topic of a Special Issue is a good fit for the journal. Therefore, we contact Editors for advice on a Special Issue proposal.
We ask editors to comment on the direction or performance of JABET. We use your feedback to enhance every facet of our journal.
Editorial log in and benefits
Editors may log in to the editorial dashboard using click here.
For each completed editing, the editor is eligible for a 15 USD discount on the Article Processing Charge (APC). The discounts accumulate, meaning that depending on the number of editing completed, the editor may qualify for a 100% discount on the APC.
We also acknowledge editors by publishing an annual best editors list on our website every January.
Finally, the editor's contributions are valued and recognized beyond our journal. Web of Sciences, an independent organization, provides verified recognition to editors for their peer review contributions to JABET.
Promoting the journal
We anticipate that our Editors will be eager to spread the word about their diligent work to friends, family, and other contacts. The journals that receive the most support and promotion from their editorial boards are the most successful.
We urge Editors to promote JABET at conferences, talk about them among their peers, and include them in their internet profiles.
Numerous factors affect the Editorial Board's size. These factors include how many submissions a journal receives, how long it typically takes to process a manuscript, and how much time each board member is willing to devote. In the event that a board member retires, or if our analysis suggests that a larger board is required, JABET will handle the recruitment of new Editors by using Join here.
In order to be invited to become an Academic Editor, an individual must have a PhD within the scope of JABET and have a track record of publishing well-received papers within the journal’s scope.
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