WORKSHOP: INDEPENDENT PEER REVIEW AND REFEREED PREPRINTS – THE GOOD, THE BAD AND “THE” PUBLISHING

Independent peer review and refereed preprints – the good, the bad and “the” publishing

Workshop/discussion group at SEBD2020

18th of November (11-13h)

 

Preprinting accelerates dissemination of scientific results and allows early and general feedback from the scientific community. Recently, many innovative projects have started offering feedback, commentary and journal-independent peer review of preprints. Some of these, provide authors with peer reviews that can be made public and used by journal editors upon submission to a specific journal. Preprint Review from eLife, Peer Community In, and Review Commons from ASAPbio and EMBO are fresh starters in journal-independent recommendations and peer review. In this workshop we will cover their main strategies and ideas for the future, together with what these offer the scientific community.

 

Speakers:

  • Hannah Drury – eLife and the Hive
  • Michael Eisen – Preprint Review eLife
  • Katherine Brown – Development (CoB) and PreLights
  • Iratxe Puebla – ASAPbio
  • Sara Monaco – Review Commons
  • Thomas Guillemaud & Denis Bourget – Peer Community In
  • Monica Granados – PREreview

Chairs:

  • Sofia J. Araújo & Teresa Rayon
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