[Taxacom] Start of online early

Richard Zander Richard.Zander at mobot.org
Tue Sep 25 09:38:21 CDT 2012



Here's an interesting problem. As per message below, the Bryologist
botanical journal will be offering an early-online exact copy of papers.
Each paper will have the date of early-online publications.

Q: Is a new name dated from the early-online copy, probably a PDF?

Q: Does the fact that the hard copy has an ISSN number different from
those usually given electronic journals matter?


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-----Original Message-----
From: em.bryologist.0.2e02d6.8ad8b9f3 at editorialmanager.com
[mailto:em.bryologist.0.2e02d6.8ad8b9f3 at editorialmanager.com] On Behalf
Of The Bryologist
Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2012 8:52 AM
To: Richard Zander
Subject: start of online early

To all members of ABLS:
The Editorial Board of The Bryologist is happy to announce the start of
online early publishing of research articles at BioOne. Beginning today,
research articles accepted for publication will appear at BioOne as soon
as authors make final corrections to proofs and Allen Press makes
production-quality versions. These are all final, paginated versions
that include a date of online publication. They cannot be modified
afterwards and will appear in print exactly as you see them in the
online version.

Other articles (literature lists, memorials, etc.) will not appear
online early, but will continue to be published in the print version of
the journal.

To access these online-early papers, go to BioOne and browse The
Bryologist. In addition to "Current Issue" and "List of Issues," there
is now a link to "Issue in Progress." This will be updated continuously
with accepted papers until a print issue is published. 

We hope you will take an opportunity to visit BioOne frequently to see
early-issue research published by ABLS members. You should all have
personal access to BioOne, but if you have forgotten your login
information, please contact the Secretary-Treasurer, Jim Bennett.

Best wishes,
James Lawrey





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