Updated October 1, 2020
Print issues of the FCSRJ have resumed. Subscribers should have received the print version of the June 2020 issue. The print version for the September 2020 issue should be on its way to subscribers. The online library does have immediate access to all issues.
Updated April 2, 2020
As more and more people are affected by COVID-19 restrictions, we want to share an important update from our publisher, Wiley, on decisions they’re making to manage publishing operations during the pandemic.
Like many of us, Wiley and their vendor-partners in most regions are now working from home. This, in combination with some country-wide lockdowns, is leading to disruption throughout the publishing workflow.
Right now, the most acute challenge is in the distribution of print content. In many countries, distribution of print materials is suspended, making it impossible to ensure copies reach intended destinations. Fewer passenger flights and the need to prioritize medical supplies has also reduced the availability of air freight.
Given these obstacles and concerns, as well as desire to reduce pressure on supply-chain vendors to send their employees to work and increase their risk of exposure to the virus, Wiley has made the decision to suspend all printing and distribution of journal issues until further notice.
Many member subscribers have access to FCSRJ
via Wiley Online Library already. If you have the add-on subscription to FCSRJ
but have not set up your online access, reach out to AAFCS at email@example.com
for assistance and instructions. We will be working closely with our team at Wiley to help members who rely on print copies to access the journal digitally. We’ll share more information on options for alternative access as soon as possible.
In the meantime, please do not hesitate to reach out with any immediate questions and we will work with our team at Wiley to provide more information. COVID-19 is creating a very fast-moving situation, but both AAFCS and Wiley are committed to ensuring the least disruption as possible to the assessment and dissemination of research in these challenging times.