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Taking workflows to new heights: an advanced workshop for Managing Editors

Topic category Information and Communication Technology
Date and Location
Date: 
Thursday 20 October 2011 - 14:00 - 15:30
Methods Group
Methods Group: 
None
Contact person
Contact person: 
Becky Gray (Contact this person)
Facilitators
First nameLast nameAffiliation and Country
First name: 
Becky
Last name: 
Gray
Affiliation and Country: 
IMS Support, USA
First name: 
Sonja
Last name: 
Henderson
Affiliation and Country: 
IMS Support, UK
First name: 
Liz
Last name: 
Dooley
Affiliation and Country: 
IMS Support, Australia
First name: 
Jacob
Last name: 
Riis
Affiliation and Country: 
IMS Development, Denmark
First name: 
Karen
Last name: 
Hovhannisyan
Affiliation and Country: 
IMS Support, Denmark
Other contributors
First nameLast nameAffiliation and Country
First name: 
Rasmus
Last name: 
Moustgaard
Affiliation and Country: 
IMS Development, Denmark
First name: 
Paolo
Last name: 
Rosati
Affiliation and Country: 
IMS Development, Denmark
First name: 
Olga
Last name: 
Ahtirschi
Affiliation and Country: 
IMS Development, Denmark
Target audience
Target audience: 
Managing Editors (MEs) of Cochrane Review Groups (CRGs) who are experienced users of the workflow system in Archie
Is your workshop restricted to a specific audience or open to all Colloquium participants?: 
Restricted
Level of knowledge required: 
Intermediate
Type of workshop
Type of workshop: 
Training
Abstract text
Abstract: 
Objectives:
Provide Managing Editors (MEs) with the information and skills they need to make the most of Archie’s workflow capabilities to help manage their Group’s editorial processes, analyse trends, and generate reports.

Description:
This workshop is aimed at MEs who are experienced in using the workflow system. Presenters will use a combination of demonstrations, hands-on exercises, and discussion to review new features and address topics identified in advance by participants as being of special interest to them. Possible topics include, e.g., using workflows to answer internal management questions or to generate information for monitoring forms, reports to funders, or editorial meetings.