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Quality control in scholarly publishing: A new proposal

Stefano Mizzaro
2003 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
The Internet has fostered a faster, more interactive and effective model of scholarly publishing.  ...  The new electronic scholarly journal is described in both intuitive and formal ways.  ...  Acknowledgments I have been discussing the idea in this paper with several people, who read drafts of this paper, provided useful suggestions, and discussed this issue.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.10296 fatcat:3sjzmxguovefvndnxkq644syda

Quality Control through Peer Review Process in Scholarly Communication: Review of Related Literature

Vishnu Kumar Gupta
2017 IRA-International Journal of Management & Social Sciences (ISSN 2455-2267)  
Peer reviewers are invited to grant applications or assess fellowship or review manuscript in a peer review process undertake the responsibility for confirming top-level quality and standards in their  ...  The paper highlights the quality related issues of the scholarly communication and peer review process.  ...  In social psychology, Krampen & Montada (2002) conceptualized the peer review process as "a social judgment process of individuals in a small group." 18 Quality Control through Peer Review In peer  ... 
doi:10.21013/jmss.v8.n3.p3 fatcat:iaa2qbmtp5cfvkvrn6ffi4pxtq

Measuring researcher independence using bibliometric data: A proposal for a new performance indicator [article]

Peter Van den Besselaar, Ulf Sandström
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
The independence indicator is a step forward in measuring individual scholarly quality: in cases where citations and publications do not distinguish, the indicators for independence may do.  ...  In this paper, we propose two indicators to measure different dimensions of independence: one measuring whether a researcher has developed an own collaboration network, and another measuring the level  ...  Acknowledgements An earlier version was presented at the STI conference 2012 in Montreal, Canada [36] .  ... 
doi:10.1101/388678 fatcat:ctxf534efvbjdlgp3eppte6fjy

Measuring researcher independence using bibliometric data: A proposal for a new performance indicator

Peter van den Besselaar, Ulf Sandström, Lutz Bornmann
2019 PLoS ONE  
The independence indicator is a step forward in evaluating individual scholarly quality.  ...  We propose indicators to measure different aspects of independence: two assessing whether a researcher has developed an own collaboration network and two others assessing the level of thematic independence  ...  An earlier version was presented at the STI conference 2012 in Montreal, Canada [49] . Instructive programming support from Erik Sandström (BMX inventor) is acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0202712 pmid:30917110 pmcid:PMC6436739 fatcat:vy2xsmikcfhabb6gyfh5mj2d54

Neuroscience publishing is too important to leave to publishers

Shaun Yon-Seng Khoo
2019 Neuroanatomy and Behaviour  
Neuroanatomy and Behaviour is a new platinum open access journal published by a non-profit association of scientists.  ...  This leaves neuroscientists with a choice of submitting to journals that not all of our colleagues can legitimately access and choosing to pay large sums of money to publish open access.  ...  Acknowledgements SYK is supported by a postdoctoral fellowship from the Fonds de Recherche du Québec -Santé (Funder ID: 10.13039/501100000156).  ... 
doi:10.35430/nab.2019.e7 fatcat:lxtfrkqyjzaw5gv2npjmkl2qui

APE – Academic Publishing in Europe: Researchers, Librarians and Publishers

Chris Armbruster, Svenja Hagenhoff
2010 Information Services and Use  
Consequently, this makes them interested in better tools for quality control in publishing, for example, the detection of fraud, new forms of Meta peer review and more accurate measures of impact.  ...  In his speech SNIP -A New Metric for a New Era Dr.  ...  Okerson, called for a move to a broader middle ground on which stakeholders engage in a dialogue to continuously broaden access. Ms.  ... 
doi:10.3233/isu-2010-0606 fatcat:c73j54d65bh25jenvpsd6mdh34

Determining the Financial Cost of Scholarly Book Publishing

Scott Smart, Charles Watkinson, Gary Dunham, Nicholas Fitzgerald
2016 Journal of Electronic Publishing  
new forms of quality review and certification.  ...  Academic Libraries- Besides asserting academy control over a significant corpus of scholarly research output in the humanities and social sciences, a faculty first-book subvention could increase the capacity  ... 
doi:10.3998/3336451.0019.102 fatcat:kfn3tqcmtvarxpw75kspwawtte

Wikis in scholarly publishing*

Daniel Mietchen, Gregor Hagedorn, Konrad U. Förstner, M. Fabiana Kubke, Claudia Koltzenburg, Mark Hahnel, Lyubomir Penev
2011 Information Services and Use  
In the hope to stimulate further discussion, the article itself was drafted on Species ID -http://species-id.net; a wiki that hosts a prototype for wiki-based scholarly publishing -where it can be updated  ...  Here, we examine the potential of wikis as platforms for scholarly publishing.  ...  In the standard publishing environment, updating any information requires the generation of a new article.  ... 
doi:10.3233/isu-2011-0621 fatcat:kx7sqtqf2nb53o53azxexbkleu

Letter to the Editor: publish, publish … cursed!

Antonio Fernandez-Cano
2021 Scientometrics  
A dark landscape unfurls itself across the world of scientific information, forcing us to question and improve its current state.  ...  Huge numbers of articles are published, but they are not read because the aim is principally "publish for publish," or publication for its own sake.  ...  The most immediate consequence of "publish or perish" was the information explosion, which some authors tried unsuccessfully to control with proposals that were surpassed or with unachieved proposals  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11192-020-03833-7 pmid:33612886 pmcid:PMC7884965 fatcat:z2mmura4hbclpiutqpavp4pure

Wikis in scholarly publishing

Daniel Mietchen, Gregor Hagedorn, Konrad Förstner, M Fabiana Kubke, Claudia Koltzenburg, Mark Hahnel, Lyubomir Penev
2011 Nature Precedings  
In the standard publishing environment, updating any information requires the generation of a new article.  ...  Conclusions Wikis can be used for dynamic scholarly publishing in several ways, ranging from scenarios which change existing publishing workflows in minor ways to a fundamental restructuring thereof.  ... 
doi:10.1038/npre.2011.5891.1 fatcat:lfxbc6oaijhcdizzqs5ixj3afm

Commentaries on Serials Publishing

Ronald F. Dow, Karen A. Hunter, G. Gregory Lozier
1991 College and Research Libraries  
For example, recent actions demonstrate that commercial publishers are continuing to combine and, through combination, secure even more leverage in the scholarly communication process.  ...  Yet if we receive no help from our partners in the scholarly communication process, the crisis can lead to our unmaking.  ...  Okerson delivers a similar message: university-based control over scholarly publications and distribution electronically.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_52_06_521 fatcat:u6atix52fna7xoc34qsqnagj5m

Towards Open Access Scientific Publishing

Stepan G. Akterian
2018 Biomedical Reviews  
In 2012, 28.1 thousand active scholarly peer-reviewed nals and the number of articles published grow at a rate of 3 world.  ...  In some cases, universities can be charged up publishers controlled what research would be impactful and large institution could therefore pay millions a year for all achievement for a limited number of  ...  This model was adopted by the presented in its Website. central spot in the architecture of new Open Science parareviewing. The latter is in a contrast of traditional blind peer reviewing.  ... 
doi:10.14748/bmr.v28.4459 fatcat:kdykya7t2na6der2whmzzxvbpi

The Future of Scholarly Publishing: MLA Ad Hoc Committee on the Future of Scholarly Publishing

2003 Journal of Scholarly Publishing  
Electronic publications included in tenure and promotion dossiers will likely be viewed with suspicion unless a widely accepted system of quality control is in place.  ...  IS THERE A CRISIS IN SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING? Multiple factors have contributed to the current situation of scholarly publishing.  ... 
doi:10.3138/jsp.34.2.65 fatcat:lfgztkvgsvfuhag4i45vjq3hve

Electronic Publishing in Archaeology

Jingfeng Xia
2006 Journal of Scholarly Publishing  
An involvement of eprint repositories in supporting archaeological scholarly communication is proposed.  ...  This article briefly reviews the exercise of electronic publishing in archaeology and introduces some major efforts in its development.  ...  In particular, information professionals should become more enthusiastic about helping archaeologists build new systems of scholarly communication. Notes  ... 
doi:10.1353/scp.2006.0018 fatcat:rikt2u4vfvh6vdsiuj54uozhxi

Electronic Publishing in Archaeology

Jingfeng Xia
2006 Journal of Scholarly Publishing  
An involvement of eprint repositories in supporting archaeological scholarly communication is proposed.  ...  This article briefly reviews the exercise of electronic publishing in archaeology and introduces some major efforts in its development.  ...  In particular, information professionals should become more enthusiastic about helping archaeologists build new systems of scholarly communication. Notes  ... 
doi:10.3138/jsp.37.4.270 fatcat:yno2py36uja6nkhnx5r5oiosye
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