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Liverpool University Press picks Manuscript Central

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Liverpool University Press has chosen Manuscript Central, from Thomson Reuters, for its online journal management. The tool will be used to manage all 15 of its humanities and social science journals. The press will also implement Manuscript Central Optima, which integrates Manuscript Central, EndNote and ISI Web of Science into one application.

'When Manuscript Central and Manuscript Optima were demonstrated, we saw how we could simplify our editorial practices, allow authors to submit manuscripts using EndNote, and link into the ISI Web of Knowledge database,' said Robin Bloxsidge, publisher for Liverpool University Press.