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COMMITTEES
A unique body of supporting expert volunteers, dedicated for empowering and managing the identity of Asian Council of Science Editors
ACSE Committees
One of the unique features of ACSE is a participation of volunteers who serve on the Board of Directors and Committees which provide them easy access to network with old colleagues and making new connections. We are now seeking volunteers to share their expertise and time to support the mission of the ACSE by joining one of the ACSE Committees. We will group our committees during the months of August and September.

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Volunteers interested to serve any one of the following committees are invited to send their applications.
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Committee Details:
CAPS escorts the philosophy of research integrity with professional guidance & support to the council members as well as promote an Ethical Code of Conduct among publishing professionals at each expertise level.

CAPS is a leading initiative of Asian Council of Science Editors geared towards the betterment of the Asian publishing industry exclusively. This Committee is formulated by the ACSE Board and operates with the governance bodies of ACSE, key stakeholders within the industry, ACSE members & Advisory Cabinet about the interpretations of computing publishing practices, misconduct cases, ethical behaviors and their appropriate technical solutions.

The Committee is solely responsible to develop and raise the Asian publishing Standards and formulate the best publishing practices while focusing the regional needs of Asian publishing communities. It also includes mentoring members with impact, key guidance and routine learning campaigns that support the Asian journals and publishers to accomplish their policies.

The ACSE Advisory Cabinet is formulated to seek expertise and direction outside of the main headquarters. The cabinet members are selected on the basis of ACSE Selection criteria and are chosen from different regions in Asia. These members will be responsible to observe, understand and communicate the emerging issues of local academic publishing community as well as strengthen its bond with the council for providing best possible solutions of ongoing publishing issues in that specific region.

This committee promotes membership of the council, develops concepts for membership retention and growth duly approved by the board and work with the Executive Director in matters concerning the membership directory and other relevant matters. The committee is also responsible for formulating strategies to change member's benefits after getting approval from the Board.

This Committee works within guidelines established by the Board of Directors to plan and organizes the ACSE Annual Conference. It also helps in selecting the theme for the Annual Conference and determines the topics for keynote, plenary, and parallel sessions as well as training workshops. Members invite speakers, provide guidance on the outcome and expectations and work with staff and other ACSE committees to plan the schedule and promotion of the meetings

This committee responds to new requests for collaboration and steers specific requests to the appropriate committee. The Committee Members proactively identify new collaborative opportunities, strategic partnerships and provide information about planned ACSE activities to other organizations while retaining the previous supporting organization and formulating strategies to further enhance collaboration with them.

The Career Development Committee (CDC) designs and manages strategic professional development and mentorship activities to help the council members in their long-run career plans while expanding their industry networking. The committee encourages its members to continue developing themselves to succeed in a highly competitive environment.

The communication committee is responsible for developing an effective information sharing process among the ACSE members and peers via social networking accounts, ACSE blogs, and electronic discussion groups. The committee will also struggle to figure out new ways to communicate with members and other interested peers through alternative media.

The Ambassador Program Committee(APC) is responsible to communicate with the active ACSE ambassadors, appoint new ambassadors, dismiss the sleeping mode ambassadors, and explore the opportunity to provide specific hands-on, high-quality training by the industry experts recognized by ACSE as its Ambassadors.

The Education Committee designs and conducts educational workshops, short courses, webinars according to the running demand of the scholarly publishing industry to promote Capacity Building by the ACSE platform. The committee will coordinate with the Marketing group to promote these educational activities and sessions.




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