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OpenUP workshop on open peer review
Tuesday 27 March 2018, 09:30am - 02:30pm
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The EU-funded OpenUP project has been studying novel tools for peer review. As a next step, we are planning to develop a framework to foster more evidence-based studies on the efficacy of open peer review, as well as to develop a model framework for the implementation of OPR, taking into account the needs and perspectives of various stakeholders (reviewers, editors, authors). To this end, OpenUP will host a one-day, invitation-only workshop in London on March 27th. Invitees will be primarily publishers who run or are experimenting with open peer review processes but also include publishers with more traditional peer review systems, as well as funders and researchers where they have previously demonstrated interest in these issues.

 

When

March 27, 2018 9.30-14.30 

 

Location

The Stables, Springer-Nature offices, 2 Trematon Walk, Kings Cross, London N1 9RZ, UK. https://goo.gl/maps/25rf6Qf7ag62

 

Agenda

09.30  Registration & coffee 

09.50 

 

Welcome & description of workshop aims  

Tony Ross-Hellauer

10.00

 

Keynote: Peering into peer review: a glimpse into the future

Flaminio Squazzoni  

10.30 

 

Session 1: Data-sharing, barriers, data-points, key research questions to address

Introduced by Edit Gorogh & moderated by Tony Ross-Hellauer  

12.30  Lunch 


13.00

 

 

Session 2: Innovating peer review – defining best practices, and drivers/barriers to implementation for publishers

Introduced by Edit Gorogh & moderated by Elizabeth Moylan  

14.00  Close 

 

For questions or enquiries, please contact Tony Ross-Hellauer This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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