Editage Insights turns 7! Message from the new Editor-in-Chief

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Editage Insights turns 7! Message from the new Editor-in-Chief

Today is the 7th anniversary of Editage Insights! And what makes this day all the more special for me is that today I am writing this post as Editage Insights’ new Editor-in-Chief. I am delighted at taking on this role and consider it a huge responsibility.

I’ve been associated with this platform from its inception, and over the years gained a unique perspective through my interactions with researchers, editors, and publishers. In my new role, I wish to work with you to continue our journey toward an open, inclusive, and positive research culture.  

When we launched this exceptional platform in 2013, our vision was to create an interactive and informative space that would enable researchers to learn as well as share their experiences. Today I feel proud when I look back at all that we have achieved. From a couple hundred readers every month, our readership has now grown to over 450,000 readers every month.

I want to thank each and every one of you for placing your trust in and supporting Editage Insights. I and the Editage Insights team are dedicated to provide you with high value resources, recommend solutions, and be your guide to help you power through any challenge you may face. You have and will always be at the center of all our efforts.     

As I step into this new role, I am especially grateful to Clarinda Cerejo who helmed Editage Insights as its Editor-in-Chief since the very beginning. Her leadership, knowledge, and dedication shaped this platform. And now with you all, I want to usher Editage Insights into another year of success.

I welcome your suggestions, thoughts, and feedback on how I can make this platform better. I am very excited and eager to work with you!  

Default Alt textSneha Kulkarni has worked with researchers for close to a decade and is passionate about bridging the communication gap in the research community. She develops and designs content for researchers, and writes original discussion and comment articles on the latest trends in scholarly publishing. In addition to journal publications, her articles have been published on platforms such as The Scholarly Kitchen, the LSE Impact blog, Wiley's blog. The complete list of her published content can be found here.

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Published on: Nov 12, 2020

Sneha’s interest in the communication of research led her to her current role of developing and designing content for researchers and authors.
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