I have witnessed many times that students, researches, scholars do understand some scientific concepts but for various reasons behave differently or even contrary. Some their beliefs or psychological traits are overwhelming.
That is sometimes a big issue in work of editorial boards, communication with system administrator(s), addressing authors and reviewers.
I believe that system administrators should not be focused only on technical troubleshooting. They should use their knowledge and inform editorial boards how to use technology to foster the development of efficient ways to communicate science. In my experience, that was not always easy since many people think that if there is information available people will necessarily change.
That did not work always, I am pretty sure. That issue is more complex than we by inertia think. That complexity is difficult, but also an opportunity. We are accustomed to challenges. Aren’t we? Many people including the scientists are sometimes overwhelmed by various biases.
We have to find a way how to overcome those biases and to find ways how to communicate science effectively. The National Academies Press published one very interesting public with title: Communicating Science Effectively: A Research Agenda that you can find quite interesting and providing a larger space to address that issue.
Huh, being administrator and work with scientists is not just as easy and simple as it looks like. But, it is potentially more rewarding.