Make yourself discoverable
As 2017 is ending evolution does not stop, and publishing systems are getting along with this evolvement, since the “publish or perish” dictum is nowadays a way of living among the academy. In this way, in this competitive context, one must keep the publication records updated and, most of all, visible, easy to find, or discoverable.
Some questions arise related to this topic: how can publishers help to connect individuals with their contributions? How can publishers make the publishing process easier for the authors, editors, and reviewers? How can publishers improve discoverability?
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