Welcome to EASE
15th EASE General Assembly and Conference will be held online from the 23-25 June 2021 on the theme: Promoting sustainability in scholarly publishing: the role of editors. The Programme will include: three consecutive afternoons of presentations, debates, panels and networking sessions; a number of satellite events before and after; a poster exhibition and competition and optional workshops. Registration will open to all in March, with discounts for EASE members.
The first two of our webinar series, Editorial efficiencies and Words and typography for science editors took place in January and February. Many thanks to our speakers. Members may register for these three remaining sessions:
Research integrity for editors
Quick guide to manuscript peer review
Sex and gender considerations in research
Quick check table for submissions – new translations now available in Bosnian, Croatian, Estonian, Japanese, Polish, Russian and Ukrainian.
The European Association of Science Editors
EASE currently has over 500 members living in more than 50 countries worldwide. The Association offers the opportunity to stay abreast of trends in the rapidly-changing environment of scientific publishing.
As an EASE member, you can sharpen your editing, writing and thinking skills, broaden your outlook through encounters with people of different backgrounds and experience, and deepen your understanding of significant issues and specific working tools.
Finally, we have fun and enjoy learning from each other while upholding the highest standards.
European Science Editing (ESE) is the official fully open access, flow-published, peer reviewed, Scopus-indexed journal of EASE. It covers all aspects of scientific editing and publishing which advance our understanding and support developments in the performance, quality and integrity of scholarly publishing. Read more…
EASE has developed a number of resources to help editors, including the popular EASE Guidelines for Authors and Translators of Scientific Articles and Quick Check table, the SAGER Guidelines, and toolkits for authors, editors and peer reviewers. All provide simple, clear advice aimed at making international scientific communication more efficient and many are available in a number of other languages.
Our Science Editors’ Handbook covers everything from on-screen editing to office management, peer review, and dealing with the media. It is available in softback and digital editions.