ORCID and F1000 partnered to develop a practical means to cite peer review activities

« Peer review is an essential component of the research and scholarly lifecycle.  And yet, researcher peer review activities are rarely acknowledged as a fundamental contribution to research.  At the same time, the need to encourage more researchers to participate in the review process to deal with an ever-increasing number of manuscripts and grants, is bumping into a growing desire to find ways to build more trust into peer review processes.  The time is right to think creatively about how to build incentives (including public acknowledgement) and trust (through validation) (…) »

source > orcid, Laure Haak, Rebecca Lawrence, 18 mai 2015