To get an idea of the workflow of a manuscript in Language Science Press you can always read the manuals, but now you can also have a look at our brand new screencast. Other screencasts on single steps of the workflow will follow shortly.
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We have updated our website and are happy to announce a couple of new features:
Hall of Fame and Public Profiles
The Hall of Fame now shows links to public profiles of the users. To view the profiles you have to be logged in. The profile shows the institution and website you added to your profile, as well as the bio statement you provided. Additionally, the public profile shows a person’s achievements supporting Language Science Press as author, proofreader or typesetter. The published monographs a user has worked on are listed here.
In order to make the submission of manuscripts easier for authors, we have created a screencast.
You can also find the screencast on our website. More screencasts will follow soon. They will explain the general workflow within Language Science Press; the review process; LaTeX editing; etc. If you have particular wishes or other ideas, let us know in the comments.
How do you publish books with Language Science Press? We have modeled our workflow in more detail. Prose guidelines will follow shortly. In the meantime, have a look at the flowchart. Anything unclear? Use the comment section to ask a question.
The first book in the series Studies in Laboratory Phonology has been published.
Book number three in Studies in Diversity Linguistics has been published.
A first graphical overview of the workflow a manuscript has to pass should help the editors and authors to get an overview of the process.
Language Science Press LATEX template available on https://www.writelatex.com