The OSTP Nelson Memo has caused quite a stir in scholarly communication circles. Today, Roger Schonfeld asks, how will academia handle the zero embargo?
Chris Houghton discusses how digital archives and new tools are changing approaches for Digital Humanities researchers.
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We round out Peer Review Week with a guest post by Erin Landis, Meghan McDevitt, and Jason Roberts of Origin Editorial reporting on the 2022 Peer Review Congress.
Key insights on how peer review functions for a new journal, handling data on individual lives of people enslaved in the historical slave trade, that serves both academic and public audiences.
Chris Graf (and colleagues) present five reasons to be cheerful about research integrity and peer review.
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Kicking off Peer Review Week 2022: Does trust in research begin with trust in peer review across the whole ecosystem, and what does that look like for different communities and stakeholders?
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One more answer to the question, Is Research Integrity Possible without Peer Review? Today’s response is from journal Editor-in-Chief and surgeon, D. Robert Siemens.
Learn about Elsevier’s recently launched Peer Review Workbench – a new tool for researchers conducting meta research – in this interview with Bahar Mehmani
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SSP is recruiting for the next North American Editor for Learned Publishing. Consider applying or encouraging others to do so!
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What are the likely impacts of the OSTP’s Nelson Memo on data sharing for researchers and repositories?
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Announcing the first releases from our new program to create and offer translations of Scholarly Kitchen posts into different languages.
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What brings humanities infrastructure together — whether materials-based (content) or process-based (projects) or tools-based (platforms and laboratories) — is an iterative process of knowledge creation. Revisiting a post from 2020.
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Today Angela Cochran revisits a post from 2016 on “revise and resubmit” decisions and what it means for authors and editors. Do new peer review models or cascading programs change the use of “revise and resubmit”?
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No one questions the critical importance of a reliable biomedical literature, so why is achieving and maintaining publication integrity so fraught?
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