Wiley survey examines how best to support peer reviewers

« The results of a recent survey to appear in Learned Publishing highlight how the peer review process—when research is evaluated … Continuer la lecture de « Wiley survey examines how best to support peer reviewers »

Source > Wiley, 20 janvier 2016

OpenEdition and OpenAIRE – experiments in open peer review

 » As part of OpenAIRE2020, OpenEdition, in association with the Couperin consortium and the environmental science journal VertigO, is carrying out … Continuer la lecture de « OpenEdition and OpenAIRE – experiments in open peer review »

Source > https://blogs.openaire.eu, Julien Bordier, 18 janvier 2016

Annotating the scholarly literature online by Lilian Nassi-Calò

« The Internet changed totally and irreversibly the way the scholarly literature is published, assessed, disseminated, read, shared and cited. The … Continuer la lecture de « Annotating the scholarly literature online by Lilian Nassi-Calò »

Source > blog.scielo, Lilian Nassi-Calò, 8 décembre 2015

Dixième numéro de Publier la Science ! INRA

« Highlights : – Can a researcher have too many publications? – Open access is tiring out peer reviewers – Premier … Continuer la lecture de « Dixième numéro de Publier la Science ! INRA »

Source > 6.inra.fr, décembre 2015

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 … Continuer la lecture de « ORCID and F1000 partnered to develop a practical means to cite peer review activities »

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

Concern raised over payment for fast-track peer review

« Some scientists are raising concerns over a pilot project that will allow researchers to pay for faster peer review in … Continuer la lecture de « Concern raised over payment for fast-track peer review »

Source > nature, Daniel Cressey, 27 mars 2015

Could grant proposal reviews be made available openly?

« … This topic raises the attention of both the scientific community and civil society. For researchers, to ensure fairness and … Continuer la lecture de « Could grant proposal reviews be made available openly? »

Source > blog.scielo, SciELO in Perspective, 20 mars 2015

Wiley-Publons Pilot Program Enhances Peer-Reviewer Recognition

« … Publons works with reviewers, publishers, universities, and funding agencies to turn peer review into a measurable research output. Peer review … Continuer la lecture de « Wiley-Publons Pilot Program Enhances Peer-Reviewer Recognition »

Source > gfii, 16 mars 2015

The Validation of Peer Review through Research Impact Measures and the Implications for Funding Strategies – Gallo SA, Carpenter AS, Irwin D, McPartland CD, Travis J, et al. (2014) (.pdf)

« Abstract There is a paucity of data in the literature concerning the validation of the grant application peer review process, … Continuer la lecture de « The Validation of Peer Review through Research Impact Measures and the Implications for Funding Strategies – Gallo SA, Carpenter AS, Irwin D, McPartland CD, Travis J, et al. (2014) (.pdf) »

Source > plosone.org, PLoS ONE 9(9): e106474, septembre 2014

Moving research forward: eLife announces the Research Advance

« eLife has introduced an innovative new type of article – the Research Advance – that invites the authors of any … Continuer la lecture de « Moving research forward: eLife announces the Research Advance »

Source > elifesciences.org, Jenny Mitchell, 13 août 2014

The rejection of metrics for the REF does not take account of existing problems of determining research quality

« Amidst heavy scepticism over the role of metrics in research assessments, Martin Smith [Professor of Politics at the University of York] wonders whether the … Continuer la lecture de « The rejection of metrics for the REF does not take account of existing problems of determining research quality »

Source > blogs.lse.ac.uk, 8 juillet 2014

OA: it’s not just about the access

« … Committees such as OASPA and COPE  have been hard at work to outline the code of conduct OA journals should … Continuer la lecture de « OA: it’s not just about the access »

Source > blogs.biomedcentral.com, Sabina Alam, 3 avril 2014

Open Access : du rêve au cauchemar

Ce matin, la revue Science a publié une petite bombe qui va exploser dans de très nombreux laboratoires de recherche. L’un de ses journalistes, John … Continuer la lecture de « Open Access : du rêve au cauchemar »

Source > Blog Libération, Sylvestre Huet , 4 octobre 2013