The advent of the World Wide Web and the widespread use of the internet has opened up new opportunities for communication, both in the public and professional realms.
The European Journal of Surgical Oncology has taken advantage of this technological revolution by establishing its presence on the web, with a site that has been created, developed, and managed by the publisher.
As electronic publishing continues to evolve, it is expected that many new and exciting developments will emerge. While the full scope and practical applications of these changes are still unknown, it is clear that they have the potential to bring a multitude of benefits to a variety of stakeholders.
For the readership of the European Journal of Surgical Oncology, the Internet Revolution offers improved access to information and a more convenient and streamlined reading experience. With the journal now readily available online, readers can easily find and access articles from the comfort of their own homes or offices.
The publisher, too, stands to gain from the increased reach and accessibility provided by the web. With a wider audience, the publisher can expect to receive more submissions and to experience greater exposure for their journal.
The editorial process is also impacted by the internet revolution, with the use of online tools and platforms making it easier to review and evaluate articles. This not only saves time and increases efficiency, but also allows for a more collaborative and inclusive process, with reviewers and editors working together from around the world.
The journal staff will further benefit from the technological advancements brought about by the Internet Revolution. With a more streamlined and efficient editorial process, the staff will be freed up to focus on other important tasks, such as marketing and promotion, and ensuring that the journal remains at the forefront of its field.
The European Journal of Surgical Oncology’s presence on the web represents a significant step forward in the field of electronic publishing. The Internet Revolution has the potential to bring many benefits to the readership, the publisher, the editorial process, and the journal staff, and it is exciting to consider what other developments may arise in the future.
Citations: Science Direct