Knowledge Exchange: Practices, drivers and impediments in the use of preprints [diaporama]

« Background and rationale
The traditional academic publishing process is known to be time-consuming and, in some cases, slow.
Preprints have started becoming more widespread in a number of disciplines over the past few years to partly address this and allow authors to share their work ahead of formal publication.  Publishers, among other stakeholders, have picked up on this emerging trend.
This study aims to advance KE’s existing work in the area of preprints, which consists of a review on this evolving landscape run in 2018. (…) »

source >, Andrea Chiarelli, Rob Johnson, Stephen Pinfield, Emma Richens,Phase 1 report (March 2019), DOI: