Becoming a Special Issue Guest Editor
If you would like to run your own Special Issue, the following resources will guide you through the process, from assembling your Guest Editor team and writing your proposal, through to advertising your Call for Papers and managing submissions, to celebrating your published Issue.
Becoming an Editor
Are you interested in being an Editor on a Hindawi journal? Or are you a current Editor and wish to suggest a colleague to join your Editorial Board? We'd love to hear from you.
The size of the Editorial Board is determined by many factors. These include the number of submissions a journal receives, the average amount of time a manuscript takes to be processed, and the time commitment of individual board members. In the event that a board member retires, or if our analysis suggests that a larger board is required, Abyssinia Publication will handle the recruitment of new Editors.
Editorial roles and responsibilities
Academic Editors at Abyssinia Publication assess the scope and quality of each submitted manuscript and make a recommendation based on feedback from peer reviewers. Editorial Boards are collectively responsible for ensuring that the journal publishes high-quality research that falls within its scope and objectives.