Jun
20
2017

Keys to Managing Misconduct Accusations

It should come as no surprise to anyone reading this that misconduct is as prevalent in scholarly publishing today as it has ever been. There are whole websites and blogs dedicated to finding wrongdoing in this industry. When you are the scholarly publisher, how do you proceed when potential wrongdoing ...
Jun
08
2017

Technicast with Laura Poole

For the month of June, our special guest is copyeditor extraordinaire Laura Poole.  Laura Poole is a freelance copyeditor working mostly with scholarly nonfiction.  She also teaches copyediting and offers her own training workshops and webinars. She is the founder of Archer ...
Jun
06
2017

Get to Know the Technica Staff : Harry Weisbecker

Each month, we will interview one employee to get their opinions on the publishing industry, hear what it’s like to work at Technica, and learn a little bit about them. This month we are interviewing Harry Weisbecker, who is currently working his ...
May
23
2017

All Hail the Open Access Button

Scholarly publishing has seen numerous innovations over the last few years.  With journals branching more and more into open access and self-publishing options, publishers are always looking for a new way to stay ahead of the curve.  The latest trend being employed by publishers: internet browser extensions. Within the last five ...
May
09
2017

Get to Know the Technica Staff: Rachel Deary

Each month, we will interview one employee to get their opinions on the publishing industry, hear what it’s like to work at Technica, and learn a little bit about them. This month we are interviewing Rachel Deary, a senior editor and occasional ...