New paper: “A multi-disciplinary perspective on emergent and future innovations in peer review”

Some information on our new paper from Prof. Tom Crick!

Digital, Data & Policy

Today we had the first version of a paper published in F1000Research, looking at future directions in peer review and scholarly communication, developed and written online with 32 international collaborators from across a range of disciplines — the majority of whom I never met in the real world. The paper was led by palaeontologist Jon Tennant, conceived and written in a similar open, online and collaborative way to his 2016 paper on the academic, economic and societal impacts of open access.

As per F1000Research‘s publishing model, this is version one of the paper and it is currently awaiting reviewers and peer review; you can read the full paper online (as well as offering to peer review it):

A multi-disciplinary perspective on emergent and future innovations in peer review

Jonathan P. Tennant, Jonathan M. Dugan, Daniel Graziotin, Damien C. Jacques, François Waldner, Daniel Mietchen, Yehia Elkhatib, Lauren…

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Palaeontologist, just completed a PhD at Imperial College environmental drivers of biodiversity and extinction through geological time. Passionate about science communication and opening up the research process. Tweets vigorously as @protohedgehog. Freelance science writer and consultant, and author of kids book Excavate Dinosaurs.

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