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This page gives you an overview of how to write letters and be alerted when new lettters are submitted.

If you can't find an answer to your query, please read the frequently asked questions. If you find a problem with the site, please e-mail customsiteshelp@wiley.com.

What is Correspondence?

Correspondence is a website which allows you to read and write 'letters' related to published journal articles. You can also respond to letters written by others, thereby creating 'threads' of Correspondence. Once registered, you can opt to be notified automatically when new letters are submitted.

Correspondence allows you to browse the journal's Table of Contents and read article abstracts. The site also provides links to the full article contents online (you will need to be subscribed to the journal to access the full-text content).

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How do I register?

You do not need to be registered in order to read letters; however you will need to be registered to submit them and to be notifed automatically (receive eAlerts) when new letters are submitted.

To register, click on the 'Join' link at the top right corner of the page.

How do I read and submit letters?

1. View an issue

From the Correspondence home page, select the required issue of the journal having clicked on the relevant volume. You will see a list of all articles for that issue.

List of articles in an issue

Fig. 1 - Issue page

  • To view the article abstract and any Correspondence, click on 'Submit a response'
  • To view the most recent letter submitted, click on the letter's title in the 'Most Recent Letter' column

2. View article

From the list of articles in an issue (see screenshot above), click on 'Submit a response' to view an article's page. See Fig. 2.

Article page

Fig. 2 - Article page

 

  • To write a new letter, click on the 'Submit New Correspondence' button (you need to be logged in)

3. View a letter (or thread)

If an article has received responses, they will be listed beneath the article's details. The number of replies received (by a letter), if any, are also indicated. A thread is a letter and any replies that it has generated.

  • To view correspondence, click on a letter's title
  • To reply to a letter, click on the 'reply' button (see Fig.3, below).

Letter

Fig. 3 - Letter

To reply to a letter, click on the 'reply' button (see Fig.3, above).

How can I be notified automatically when new letters are published?

You can set Correspondence to send you an e-mail automatically when new letters are submitted to the site.

To receive notifications (e-mail alerts), you must be logged in to the site.

To set up e-mail alerts, click on the 'E-mail alerts' link from the shortcuts menu, visible in the right -hand column in many pages including the home page and the issue page (Fig. 1).

E-mail alerts

Fig. 4 - E-mail alerts page

What personal details do you hold on me?

You can view your personal details by clicking on your username at the top right-hand corner of each page. There is an option to change your password if you require.