A Short Guide to Ethical Editing for New Editors

Revised by Tara Hoke, Originally written by Margaret Rees

Becoming an editor of a journal is an exciting but daunting task especially if you are working alone without day to day contact with editorial colleagues. This short guide aims to summarise key issues and to provide links to relevant pages of the COPE website as well as those of other organisations.

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Authors Revised by Tara Hoke on behalf of COPE Council. Margaret Rees: Version 1;Tara Hoke: Version 2
Version 2 January 2016
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COPE Council. A Short Guide to Ethical Editing for New Editors. Version 2, January 2016

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