1 SCHOLARONE MANUSCRIPTS Author Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Select an item in the table of contents to go to that topic in the document. LOGGING ON AND OFF THE AUTHOR CENTER... 1 LOGGING IN...1 ORCID ACCOUNT CREATION AND VALIDATION...2 MAINTAINING YOUR ACCOUNT...4 LOGGING OUT...4 FORGOT YOUR PASSWORD?...4 HELP DOCUMENTATION...4 LANGUAGE TOGGLE...5 THE WELCOME PAGE... 6 INSTRUCTIONS AND FORMS...6 THE AUTHOR DASHBOARD... 7 THE MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION PROCESS... 8 IMPORTANT NOTES...8 BASIC SCREEN NAVIGATION...9 STEP 1 TYPE, TITLE, & ABSTRACT STEP 2 ATTRIBUTES...12 STEP 3 AUTHORS & INSTITUTIONS STEP 4 REVIEWERS & EDITORS STEP 5 DETAILS & COMMENTS Document Version 2.4 Page i
2 COVER LETTER ENTERING ARTICLE FUNDING INFORMATION CUSTOM QUESTIONS...22 STEP 6 FILE UPLOAD...24 FIGURES AND IMAGES...26 ZIP FILES AND LATEX DOCUMENTS...26 STEP 7 REVIEW & SUBMIT...28 TIPS FOR AUTHORS SUBMITTING A REVISION Document Version 2.4 Page ii
3 LOGGING ON AND OFF THE AUTHOR CENTER LOGGING IN Each journal s site has a unique Web address (URL). Typically, you are given the address in an sent by the journal. If the address is hyperlinked, select the link within the , or copy and paste into the browser. The journal s Log In page is displayed. Access to the journal site may be provided in two ways: 1. The journal may create your account and to you instructions on how to log in and set your User ID and password. 2. Some journals allow their users to create their own accounts. If yours does, there will be a Create Account link in the top right corner of the page, or you can use the New User? Register here just to the right of the Log In. Follow the 3-step process for creating your account. Journal-required fields are denoted by a red asterisk. Note: Your User ID or Password cannot contain any spaces and your password must be at least 8 characters in length (the 8 characters must contain two or more numbers). Document Version 2.4 Page 1
4 ORCID ACCOUNT CREATION AND VALIDATION During account creation, you may be given the option to associate an ORCID id with your account by either registering for a new ORCID id or associating and existing ORCID id. Each of these options will be presented to you as links in the first step of the account creation process. When you select one of these options to associate an ORCID id with your account, a new browser window will open and special registration page on the ORCID website allowing the user to enter your existing ORCID credentials, link an existing ORCID id, or register for a new ORICID id. Document Version 2.4 Page 2
5 Once you have validated an ORCID id using one of the options, you will be asked to either authorize or deny the journal access to your limited data. If you click Authorize, you will be redirected back to your journal s ScholarOne site with a validated ORCID id. Document Version 2.4 Page 3
6 MAINTAINING YOUR ACCOUNT To keep your account information current, click on your name and select the area you need to update. LOGGING OUT You can log out of at any time by selecting Log Out at the top right corner of the page. You will be returned to the Log In page. FORGOT YOUR PASSWORD? If you know you have an account but have forgotten your password, use the Password Help field and select GO. The system will send you an with your account information or link to reset your password. Please be sure to check your spam folder as our is sometimes treated as spam. HELP DOCUMENTATION Online training documentation is available through the Get Help Now link at the top right of all journal site pages and through the Resources section on the Log In and Welcome pages. Document Version 2.4 Page 4
7 LANGUAGE TOGGLE Language toggle allows you to switch the display from the default language of English to another language. If configured for your site, you will find the language toggle located on the header at the top of the screen. Current languages available are French, Chinese and Japanese. Note: All uploaded documents and end-user supplied text will not toggle and will be displayed in the language entered by the user. Document Version 2.4 Page 5
8 THE WELCOME PAGE When you log in, you are taken to the Welcome page. Here you see links to all of the role centers you have permissions for in this journal. Typically, authors are given both Author and Reviewer permissions, although this varies by journal. To access your author dashboard page, select the link. INSTRUCTIONS AND FORMS Select Instructions and Forms on the header to access journal-specific information regarding submitting your manuscript. It is very important that you follow the instructions provided by the journal. Document Version 2.4 Page 6
9 THE AUTHOR DASHBOARD The Author Dashboard is where you begin the manuscript submission process. You can track the status and view the details of all your manuscripts in the journal s site. Select the appropriate queue in the My Manuscripts section. The results will display directly below the dashboard. Document Version 2.4 Page 7
10 THE MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION PROCESS To begin the submission process, select the here link in your dashboard s Author Resources section: IMPORTANT NOTES Each journal can configure to ask for different pieces of information and different required fields from the examples shown in this guide Journal-required fields are denoted by a red asterisk Journals may vary the requirements based on manuscript type Always follow journal instructions carefully when submitting manuscripts The steps for submitting a manuscript are listed on the left of the screen Document Version 2.4 Page 8
11 BASIC SCREEN NAVIGATION SCREEN ELEMENT DESCRIPTION Indicates a required field Click for a description or instructions for a specific field. Click to see a preview of the entered text Click to add special characters and formatting to the text Word or character counts display for each text field. The counts update as you type. Document Version 2.4 Page 9
13 1. Complete the Type Title & Abstract screen. apple apple apple apple Type: Select from available manuscript types. Types are determined by the journal and may vary. Selecting a type determines what information you are required to enter throughout the submission process. Once saved, you cannot change the type. Title: Enter a manuscript title. Running Head: If present, enter a short title. Abstract: Enter the abstract. 2. Click Save and Continue. Document Version 2.4 Page 11
14 STEP 2 ATTRIBUTES Attributes or keywords are often required for manuscript submission. Some journals have a list of keywords for you to choose from, others allow authors to enter their own keywords, and some sites allow for both options. 3. Enter a keyword in the Keywords field using any of the following methods. a. Type-Ahead search Begin typing in the Keyword field and Type-Ahead Search will show any existing keywords matching your search term. Document Version 2.4 Page 12
15 Click on the keyword. Click the Add button. b. Select from the list Click Show Full List Click on an item in the list. Ctrl-click to select multiple items. Click the Add button. c. Add Your Own Keyword (if configured for your journal) If no appropriate keywords are found, you may be able to add a new keyword to the list, if allowed by your journal. Type the keyword into the field. Click the Add button. Document Version 2.4 Page 13
16 4. Click Save and Continue. STEP 3 AUTHORS & INSTITUTIONS Enter or confirm your institution information and add any co-authors and their information. The journal may have limits set on the number of co-authors you can enter and the number of institutions per author. Document Version 2.4 Page 14
17 5. In the Agent Question field, indicate whether you are the author or the submitting agent for this manuscript. 6. To add co-author information to the manuscript submission, enter the Author s address and click the Search button. Please note that authors may have several addresses and you may need to search using an alternate address. 7. If no matching address is found, the message below will display. 8. To add the co-author you must create the author. Click the Create New Author button. 9. The Create new Author screen displays. Complete all the required fields to identify both the author and the institution they are affiliated with. Document Version 2.4 Page 15
18 10. Finding an Institution. Click the Search for Institution button. Enter search text and click the Enter button. Matching entries will display below. Click the Add button for an Institution. If the appropriate institution is not found, try alternate names or abbreviations for the Institution. If still not found, you may enter the institution name in the Enter Manually field and click the Add button. 11. Add additional institutions as needed. 12. When finished creating the author, click the Add Created Author button. Document Version 2.4 Page 16
19 Note: When adding a new Co-Author to a submission, you may have the option to also add the ORCID id and/or Researcher ID of your Co-Author. 13. Added authors display. You may re-order them by dragging the double-arrow at the left of the author information. You may also use the numbers in the Order column to re-order then click the Update Author Order button. 14. Select the Actions drop-down list to edit, remove, and assign as a corresponding author. 15. Click Save and Continue. Document Version 2.4 Page 17
20 STEP 4 REVIEWERS & EDITORS Some journals allow or require you to add Preferred and/or Opposed Reviewers and Editors for your manuscript. 16. Click the Add Reviewer button. Document Version 2.4 Page 18
21 17. Complete the Add a Reviewer screen. Enter the Reviewer s name and information. Search for the Institution. Complete any other fields as appropriate. Select a preference to recommend or oppose a reviewer for this manuscript. 18. Click the Add New Reviewer button. 19. The reviewer s information displays. Document Version 2.4 Page 19
22 20. Click Save and Continue. STEP 5 DETAILS & COMMENTS This page is journal-specific and may include an area for a cover letter, as well as any other required submission information. Document Version 2.4 Page 20
23 COVER LETTER 21. If a cover letter is required, enter it using one of the following methods. Enter it in the Write Cover Letter field. You may type or copy/paste into the Write cover letter field. Upload a file. Click the Select File button to browse to your cover letter file. Then click the Attach File button. ENTERING ARTICLE FUNDING INFORMATION If configured on your site, you may see a section for funding information. You will be able to search for your Funding Institution(s) from a list and enter your Grant /Award Number(s). When, configured, you will be required to either select that the submission has no funders to report or add at least one funder to the submission. Document Version 2.4 Page 21
24 22.If funding information is requested, complete the appropriate fields. When you type in the name of your funder the system displays potential matches from the registry. Select the organization from the list. If the organization you chose has a parent organization, that will be automatically entered in the Funder Name filed and the organization you chose will be in the Sub-organization field. If no match is found, simply type the name of the funder into the Name field. Enter the Grant/Award Number. Click the Add Funder button to enter funder information. If you entered a new funder name, you will see the following message. Click OK. 23. The funder information displays. CUSTOM QUESTIONS The journal may have custom question you are required to complete as part of your submission. These will vary by site. Document Version 2.4 Page 22
25 When finished with the Details & Comments page, click Save and Continue. 24. Click Save and Continue. Document Version 2.4 Page 23
26 STEP 6 FILE UPLOAD In this step you will upload all of your manuscript files. 25. In the File Upload section, click the Select File 1 button. Browse for your main document file. 26. If needed, use the Select File 2 and additional buttons to select additional files. Choose an appropriate file designation from the drop down list. Note: The total size limit for file upload is set by the journal. The number of slots indicates the number of files that can be uploaded at once and not the total number. Document Version 2.4 Page 24
27 Note: See sections below for additional information on Figures and Images and Zip files and LaTex Documents. 27. Click the Upload Selected Files button. 28. Once the files have been uploaded, they display in the Files section at the top of the screen. 29. You may reorder them by choosing a number from the Order drop-down list, then clicking the Update order button. 30. You may remove a file by clicking the Actions drop-down list for a file and selecting Remove File. 31. You can view a proof by clicking either the View HTML proof or View PDF proof buttons. 32. Click Save and Continue. Document Version 2.4 Page 25
28 FIGURES AND IMAGES Figures and image files will display a thumbnail of the image after file upload has been completed. You may edit the image with a caption or link to text within the main document. ZIP FILES AND LATEX DOCUMENTS If configured for your journal, you can upload zip files, using any of the upload buttons. Each file that is uploaded, will be unpacked and displayed in the list so you can provide the proper designation for each item. Document Version 2.4 Page 26
29 For TeX/LaTeX submissions, the package contents will be unpacked, parsed, and processed to determine the identity of the LaTeX content files. The files can then be assigned to their file designation. Be sure that the very first file presented in your file listing is the main LaTeX file. Document Version 2.4 Page 27
30 STEP 7 REVIEW & SUBMIT This is a final review step before submitting your manuscript. All sections must display the green checkmark in the navigation menu before you can submit to complete the submission process. You will see a message indicating that you are almost done. When you first enter this screen, the Submit button is not available. You must review your submission and view the proof before submitting. Document Version 2.4 Page 28
31 33. Review each section carefully for accuracy and completeness. 34. If required fields have not been completed, you will receive an error at the top of the screen and the left menu will not display a green check next to the step. Document Version 2.4 Page 29
32 35. You may return to any step to correct errors by clicking the Step number on the error message or on the left menu. 36. Review the HTML and/or PDF versions of your submission. Note: The Submit button will not be active until you have viewed the proof and fixed all errors. Document Version 2.4 Page 30
33 Note: If the journal requires payment for a submission, your next step will not be Submit. Click the Continue to Payment button and follow prompts for entering payment. 37. Click the Submit button. 38. Click Yes to confirm the submission. 39. You will receive a submission confirmation on the screen. Document Version 2.4 Page 31
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35 TIPS FOR AUTHORS SUBMITTING A REVISION To start your revision, you will need to log back into your Author Center and find the Manuscripts with Decisions queue. Selecting this queue will display the paper at the bottom of the screen with an Action of create a Revision. Click on the action to submit your revised paper. Depending on your journal the link may say create a resubmission. Note: If you do not see the link, your time has expired to create a revision and you will need to contact the journal office for an extension. Once the extension is granted, the link will reappear. If you have already started a revision, this is noted by the a revision has been started action under Manuscripts with Decisions. The revision is now located in the Revised Manuscripts in Draft queue. To access the revision, click on that link under the My Manuscripts heading in the author center. You should then see the correct revision appear at the bottom of the page. Clicking the Continue Submission button will allow you to work on and submit your revised manuscript. Document Version 2.4 Page 33
36 SCHOLARONE ScholarOne, a Thomson Reuters Business, provides comprehensive workflow management systems for scholarly journals, books, and conferences. Its web-based applications enable publishers to manage the submission, peer review, production, and publication processes more efficiently, increasing their profile among authors, decreasing timeto-market for critical scientific data, and lowering infrastructure costs. ScholarOne offers workflow solutions for the submission and review of manuscripts, abstracts, proceedings, books, grants & awards, and production. Supporting over 365 societies and publishers, over 3,400 books and journals, and 13 million users, ScholarOne is the industry leader. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT SCHOLARONE To learn more, visit or contact the office nearest you. S cience Head Offices Americas S cholarone Philadelphia Europe, Middle East, and Africa London Asia Pacific Singapore Tokyo For a complete office list visit: science.thomsonreuters.com/contact Copyright 2015 Thomson Reuters All rights reserved Document Version 2.4 Page 34
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