The ACSE is the first and the foremost organization in Asia, that aims to provide a unified and active platform for Asian editors and scholars to understand about their editorial problems, explore solutions and devotedly take up the future challenges to enhance the quality of Asian Scientific and Scholarly publications.
Asian Council of Science Editors is a nonprofit truly Asian and proudly international organization created to connect the Asian scholarly community, promote best practices in scholarly publishing and disseminate the intelligent information and solutions. It works with professionals of scholarly publishing industry by offering them different opportunities including networking, training, workshops and discussion forums. ACSE strives to enhance its members understanding, skills and knowledge and thus raise the quality and reliability of the scientific literature. ACSE members represent all aspects of scholarly publishing — including early career researchers, editors, publishers, printers, e-products developers, technical service providers and librarians. ACSE members come from a wide range of large and small commercial and nonprofit organizations. They meet at ACSE’s annual meetings, educational seminars, Editors Café and other ACSE Forums to hear the latest trends from industry experts and to discuss common issues and mutual (sometimes divergent) goals and viewpoints.
Our vision is to be recognized as the most reliable resource that provides an active forum to scholarly publishing community and professionals where they can find the solutions of current and emerging issues in scholarly communications
Our mission is to connect professionals, develop intelligent resources, disseminate authentic information and collaborate with regional and international organizations to represent the scholarly and professional publishing community of Asia around the globe
Core Values are the DNA of The ACSE – they include worldwide highest quality standards that guide our thinking, determine our behavior, and allow us to adapt to the local needs of the scholarly publishing community.
Our core activities include the following:
• supporting professional development through seminars, training workshops, short courses and conferences
• promoting and maintaining high standards of editing and publishing throughout the region
• helping professionals of scholarly publishing community to network and collaborate
• shaking hands with related associations in areas of common concerns.