Volumes and sections

Volumes

To manage volumes, go to Journal management/Review/Volumes.

Several volumes may be open at the same time. Authors can submit articles to any of the open volumes. Articles can be shifted from one volume to another during the peer-review by the editor-in-chief (but not after publication).
Articles cannot be submitted to a volume whose status is closed.
There can be as many (open or closed) volumes as necessary.
Once an article is published into a volume, it is not allowed to change the volume.

Volumes consist of three components: a name, a description and a status (open/closed). To create a volume, a name is the only mandatory field.

When you are finished editing a field, don’t forget to save its content by clicking on the + sign. Then go to the next field. To create the new volume, click on the submit button.
Please note: The language specified next to the + sign is the one of the version you are currently working on. If needed, the website can be multilingual.
For the moment, the text of the volume’s description, is not display in the website.

Sections

To manage sections, go the Journal management/Review/Sections.

Several sections may be open at the same time. Authors can submit articles to any of the open sections. Articles can be shifted from a section to another during the peer-review by the editor-in-chief (but not after publication).
Articles cannot be submitted to a section whose status is closed.
There can be as many sections as needed.

Sections consist of three components: a name, a description, a status and a board of editors in charge.

Similarly to the volumes, the name of the section is the only mandatory field. For the moment, the text of the section’s description, is not display in the website.