The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association launches author services in collaboration with Editage
(December 4, 2017; Rockville, MD, USA) - The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) announced today that it has engaged with Editage to launch author services. The ASHA author services, powered by Editage, are designed to support authors with not only end-to-end pre-submission manuscript preparation, but also post-publication research communication. All the author support services are available at a subsidized cost to ASHA authors. Authors submitting their manuscripts to journals published by ASHA will also have free access to a wealth of educational resources powered by Editage Insights, the author education arm of Editage.
On the launch of the new comprehensive author support center, Michael Cannon, Director of Serial Publications and Editorial Services at ASHA said, “We’re very pleased to work with Editage and offer holistic support to authors submitting their manuscripts to our journals. In addition to expert editorial support, the educational resources and research communication solutions will surely be valuable to many of our authors.”
Donald Samulack, President, U.S. Operations, Editage shared the motivation behind the collaboration, “Our mission is to empower every individual through effective communication, which is very well aligned with the vision of ASHA. I am certain that our services will empower ASHA’s author community in publishing world-class research papers and disseminating their published research to a wide audience. Evolving trends and a rapid increase in the number of journals has made journal selection a complex process. Publishing research in a journal published by a scientific society has many benefits. In addition to investing back into the immediate community, scientific societies have access to experts from their niche subject area, which makes the peer review process more robust and efficient. Editage strives to empower author communities of scientific societies from all over the world through collaborations and service integrations.
About the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Since 1925, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) has worked to make effective communication, a human right, accessible and achievable for all. ASHA empowers and supports audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists by advancing science, setting standards, fostering excellence in professional practice, and advocating for members and those they serve. Since its inception, ASHA has grown to have more 191,500 members and affiliates. ASHAWire is the home of ASHA’s scholarly journals, professional newsmagazine, and Special Interest Groups newlsetter. Please visit www.asha.org for more information about ASHA.
Founded in 2002, Editage (a division of Cactus Communications) is a global scholarly communications company with offices in Japan, China, South Korea, India, and the United States. Employing a global in-house workforce of over 700, Editage has served over 215,000 authors and edited over 810,000 papers across 1,200 disciplines to date. Editage aims to help scholars break through the confines of geography and language, bridge the gap between authors and peer-reviewed journals, and accelerate the process of publishing high-quality research. In addition to offering high-end scientific communication solutions, Editage is actively involved in author education through its comprehensive author resources site Editage Insights. Please visit www.editage.com to learn more.