Enago is delighted to announce a brand new collaboration with the journals division of Oxford University Press. The service will support authors of journals published by OUP when preparing their manuscripts for submission. Oxford University Press is the largest university press in the world and a prestigious publisher of scholarly books, journals, education and English Language Teaching resources. Every year, tens of thousands of researchers from all over the world send papers to OUP’s 489 journals for peer review consideration.
Peter Jones, head of journal operations at Oxford University Press commented on the announcement. “We want our authors to be able to focus on the research that is presented in their research papers. This new collaboration with Enago will help our authors, particularly those for whom English is not their first language, to prepare the best possible version of their submissions so that our reviewers can focus more easily on the quality and novelty of the research. Enago has a long track record of working with and supporting OUP authors.”
“We are thrilled to be working with Oxford University Press,” said Tony O’Rourke, vice president, for partnerships at Enago, “and to support ESL authors submitting their research papers to Oxford University Press journals, by helping them to overcome any language barriers in their article submissions. Our goal is to help OUP authors communicate their research clearly and persuasively”.