|Committee / Task Force / Council Name
|SLAS Technology Editorial Board
|January 28, 2019
|Mission / Charge
|Provide the journal editors with a diverse team of volunteers to foster editorial excellence and proactively contribute to the journal’s success. Members of the EB serve as the frontline, grassroots advocates of the journals. For more information, including editorial leadership structure and individual roles, see Addendum A.
|Level of Authority
|The Editorial Board has full authority for the content of the Journal.
|Other Committees/TFs/Councils with Which This Group Interacts
|The EB reports to the Knowledge Content and Delivery Council (KCDC).
|Number of Members, Terms & Rotation
|The EB does not have minimum or maximum limits for membership. All EB members shall be Members of the Society. Individual EB members are appointed to three-year terms and may serve two (2) consecutive three-year terms. Reappointments to second three-year terms are made by the editor-in-chief and are contingent upon performance. After serving two (2) consecutive three-year terms, EB members must take a leave of service for at least one (1) year before they may be considered for reappointment.
|Desired Member Skills
EB members will be dues-paying members, active participants in the Society and be willing to serve and represent SLAS as involved leaders. They will have a broad understanding of the goals and work of the Society.
EB members should be diverse in that collectively they represent:
|Type & Frequency of Meetings
|The EB meets as a group three (3) times each year. One (1) in-person meeting is held during the annual SLAS International Conference and Exhibition and two (2) web conferences are held (one in spring and one in fall).
|EB members are not involved in the journal budget development or management process. The editor-in-chief and director of publishing are responsible for the journal budget.