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Joanna Wilkinson, Penelope Down
2018 Insights: The UKSG Journal  
Article copyright: © 2018 Joanna Wilkinson and Penelope Down. This is an open access article distributed  ...  applications were successful, which Salis in part credits to the change in research culture and the new criteria by which researchers are judged, as well as insight from peer review in general.  ...  The Publons Academy 13 is the pre-eminent peer review training course that equips all researchers with the skills and connections they need to master peer review and impress journal editors.  ... 
doi:10.1629/uksg.407 fatcat:m4ljkpf7u5fhrjuax3e2etfzue

Peer review – A publisher value-add? Or essential to the scientific communication system?

Kent Anderson
2015 Information Services and Use  
Changes to peer review Media migration -from print to online to mobile -has not changed the importance of peer review.  ...  Changes in the peer review system must be seen as changing the existential nature of scientific publication, and not as merely tinkering around the edges of production.  ... 
doi:10.3233/isu-150776 fatcat:m5b5w5s2nrgvpb5fdqcuallkeq

What happens to research quality when we change the peer review and the research publishing model?1

Chris Graf
2020 Information Services and Use  
Research publishing is changing, and quickly. New models of peer review are emerging and now coexist, with new business models to support them (like the Projekt DEAL and Wiley announcement [1]).  ...  Two essential aspects of quality: Integrity and ethics Peer review, as part of the peer reviewed publishing process [3], is how way we manage two essential aspects of quality in research and research publishing  ...  So, with evolving and completely new peer review models, we do need to ask ourselves: Who looks after ethics, integrity -the most essential aspects of quality -now?  ... 
doi:10.3233/isu-180034 fatcat:dimqo2af5bcgjehjext423aebu

Peer review: An effective approach to cultivating lecturing virtuosity

Peter McLeod, Yvonne Steinert, Radan Capek, Colin Chalk, James Brawer, Valerie Ruhe, Bonnie Barnett
2012 Medical Teacher  
Four agreed to have an undergraduate lecture video-recorded for peer review. Twelve participated in review sessions wherein the lecturer and three peers viewed and critiqued the recorded lecture.  ...  All discussions were recorded and transcribed for thematic analysis. Subsequently, semi-structured interviews were conducted with each lecturer and all 12 peer reviewers.  ...  Declaration of interest: The authors report no conflicts of interest. The authors alone are responsible for the content and writing of this article  ... 
doi:10.3109/0142159x.2012.733460 pmid:23102101 fatcat:vbrqxre455aszm4dc2qwqryc4y

A survey of radiation treatment planning peer-review activities in a provincial radiation oncology programme: current practice and future directions

Michael Brundage, Sophie Foxcroft, Tom McGowan, Eric Gutierrez, Michael Sharpe, Padraig Warde
2013 BMJ Open  
Objectives: To describe current patterns of practice of radiation oncology peer review within a provincial cancer system, identifying barriers and facilitators to its use with the ultimate aim of process  ...  Setting: All cancer centres within the province of Ontario, Canada (n=14). These are community-based outpatient facilities overseen by Cancer Care Ontario, the provincial cancer agency.  ...  W Wells, S Wong, J Wright and Dr Brundage are supported by a research chair award from Cancer Care Ontario.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2013-003241 pmid:23903814 pmcid:PMC3731715 fatcat:b42u4xlanzajdbo2w5nontzagm

The changing face of peer review

Hans Hoppeler, Michaela Handel
2020 Journal of Experimental Biology  
to allow researchers to record the name of each co-reviewer so that we can credit their contribution and add them to our database of potential future reviewers.  ...  Thanking our peer reviewers (and reducing our carbon footprint) With more than 1400 research papers submitted each year, the Editors of JEB are reliant on the expertise and commitment of the experimental  ...  to allow researchers to record the name of each co-reviewer so that we can credit their contribution and add them to our database of potential future reviewers.  ... 
doi:10.1242/jeb.220053 pmid:31907224 fatcat:ck7lv5wfjfgm5alyyha4jujfby

The affordances of screen capture technology for retrospective analysis of the writing process

Soroush Sabbaghan, Parviz Maftoon
2015 International Journal of Research Studies in Educational Technology  
This paper investigated how stimulated recall induced peer-peer and instructor-student interactions during the replay of the participants' writing process using screen recording software affected the number  ...  Twenty skilled users of English wrote different argumentative essays and recorded the writing process.  ...  The modification process was recorded with Camtesia and save as a video file. The researchers conducted one SRS per day.  ... 
doi:10.5861/ijrset.2015.984 fatcat:nis5zkv5kfhytftl2skahylzoi

Do recorded abstracts from scientific meetings concur with the research presented?

J C Buchan, D M Spokes
2009 Eye (London. 1987)  
The title changed in 21% (36/171) and authorship in 25%.  ...  Caution is advised when referring back to printed records of abstracts, as substantial discrepancies are frequently seen between the published abstract and the final research presented, which, in a minority  ...  peer-reviewed journals.  ... 
doi:10.1038/eye.2009.133 pmid:19498453 fatcat:2lykwcv6kndx5l2kzrtf7qbsiq

Dr Sabina Alam: Shaping Critical Thinking About Science

Anna Jester
2021 Science Editor  
the science is understandable and can be built upon for further research and to improve ways to give credit where it's due (e.g., authorship contributions and peer reviewers).  ...  peer review, mean?  ... 
doi:10.36591/se-d-4404-117 fatcat:hzqn5jqpcjcehiusya7xjbs6w4

Peer-reviews on the blockchain

Zeeshan Jan, Allan Third, Michelle Bachler, John Domingue
2018 Zenodo  
The process of peer-reviewing has been criticized for its defects, but research communities have faith in it, and hence, it is perceived as the backbone of scientific publishing.  ...  Moreover, the activity of peer-reviewing is carried out without any formal incentives. We present considerations in refreshing peer-review, and our approach to experiment in this space.  ...  One of the motivations for researchers to take part in peer-review might be to be responsible members of the scholarly community.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3266176 fatcat:yerp7kgbfrfi3atzp7wvbar4fe

Using simplified peer review processes to fund research: a prospective study

Danielle L Herbert, Nicholas Graves, Philip Clarke, Adrian G Barnett
2015 BMJ Open  
Objective: To prospectively test two simplified peer review processes, estimate the agreement between the simplified and official processes, and compare the costs of peer review.  ...  Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors are grateful to the Australian researchers who provided their funding proposals and participated as panel members. Contributors DLH, NG, PC and AGB designed the study.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-008380 pmid:26137884 pmcid:PMC4499682 fatcat:qk755u7rszeuhotkklbqqzn2ni

The Sound [sans] the Fury": The efficacy of SoundCloud Audio feedback in the writing classroom

Megan McKittrick, Catrina Mitchum, Sarah Spangler
2014 Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology  
This study reports on student perceptions of the use of SoundCloud, a web-based, audio-recording application, for instructor-student feedback and peer-to-peer feedback.  ...  Results from a self-report survey distributed to students indicate positive reactions to SoundCloud feedback at the instructor and peer levels.  ...  Whereas past research has addressed the efficacy of audio-recorded feedback for instructor feedback and peer review across a variety of technologies, our research addresses the opportunities afforded by  ... 
doi:10.14434/jotlt.v3n2.12959 fatcat:tvtnv6vo5re6vfkvnuclfxjt5a

What constitutes appropriate peer review for interdisciplinary research?

Gabriele Bammer
2016 Palgrave Communications  
(3) the appropriateness of the methods and (4) the competence of the applicants, based on track record.  ...  For peer review of interdisciplinary research proposals to become more effective, agreed criteria for assessment by peer review are required and this will only occur if interdisciplinarity is "organized  ...  H ow do interdisciplinary research proposals fare in the peer-review system?  ... 
doi:10.1057/palcomms.2016.17 fatcat:wm2h3aoqw5h2zervztb6dp3wjq

Is peer review useful in assessing research proposals in Indigenous health? A case study

Jackie Street, Fran Baum, Ian PS Anderson
2009 Health Research Policy and Systems  
Many grant funding organisations have changed the composition of their peer review panels to reflect these concerns but the question remains do these reforms go far enough?  ...  Conclusion: Peer review in the traditional mould should be recognised as inappropriate in Aboriginal research.  ...  Tony Barnes contributed to the research design.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1478-4505-7-2 pmid:19216770 pmcid:PMC2654449 fatcat:esdce4javngslk4bd7wienh6wi

Looking for attitudes related to amphibian species decline: how are peer-reviewed publications of education activities compared to ecological research?

ROGER P. MORMUL, TAYLA D.S. MORMUL, GUSTAVO M.B. SANTOS, ANA R.A. SANTANA
2017 Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências  
After a scientometric analysis using international databases, we found that the number of peer-reviewed articles considering education practices related to the theme increased along with the number of  ...  ecological researches.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS RP Mormul thanks to the Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico (CNPq) for constant research funds. Authors thank to M. Solé and C.  ... 
doi:10.1590/0001-3765201720160463 pmid:28562826 fatcat:kq22xmjiz5dupetvggnzoaw3ka
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