Journal Tracking for Editors - OASIS


Editors of Elsevier journals can obtain online information on the status of all their journal's manuscripts currently in production at Elsevier, including:
  • general production status (i.e. in preparation, in proof, in issue)
  • date of publication and reprints dispatch date
  • citation information, as soon as available (issue, volume and page numbers)
OASIS displays real-time production information. Article information will be available until 12 months after publication.
  • View article summary or details
  • View articles of all or a specific editor
  • Search for manuscripts by title, author, keyword, editor or volume/issue
  • Consult the one-page journal summary with an overview of articles in each phase of the production process

OASIS for Editors (no registration version)

Fill in the fields below with your journal code and OASIS password as you have received them from Elsevier (in case you require the OASIS password please contact your publishing contact at Elsevier).
Journal Code
Password

Registered OASIS for Editors - view information the way you like

Registered editors can change and save preferences for information to be delivered the way they like. You can set:
  • your preferred sorting and ranking options
  • to only display your accepted articles
  • to receive email alerts when articles are published online
Sign in or register as a new user (first time).
(Tip: You can register by using the same username and password as in EES.)

After registering, you need to select your journal by filling in your journal code and OASIS password as you have received them from Elsevier (in case you require the OASIS password please contact your publishing contact at Elsevier).
Username
Password
Forgot password?
Register as a new user

If you experience difficulties obtaining information about any article please contact support@elsevier.com. It would help us if you type the journal title and/or abbreviation and the article reference in the subject line and mention the title of your article in the message.