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Sunday, April 17 • 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Open peer review workshop FULL

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Agenda and Background Materials: http://bit.ly/force2016peerreview

Open peer review: will it last or not, and how safe is it?

Peer review as we understand it and apply it as researchers relates to the appraisal of submissions to journals, funders or conferences, in order to trigger funding or publishing decisions. Traditionally, for publications, this was done in almost complete secrecy between the author (s), editor (s) and reviewers.

The literature on the subject is full of cases of excesses and biases that have made the process a subject of contention and problems. Experimentation around open peer review, both pre- and post-publication, has gained momentum in recent years (e.g. F 1000, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, PubPeer, RIO Journal) and is introducing a sense of equity and transparency into a process that was not known for it.

Though the experiences are still recent and need time to be assessed, the effects of this unbridled openness are largely unexplored.

In this workshop, we propose to discuss and investigate these questions about the future of peer review in an a world dominated by Internet and its proclivity to openness.

Speakers
avatar for Samir Hachani

Samir Hachani

Lecturer, Algiers University II
I'm a teacher at the school of Library and information science .My main interests are open access, open peer review and digital divide. In the workshop I'm organizing with Neil and Daniel , we will try to see what is the future of peer review in light of the numerous opportunities open access and the web offer. We will strive to see what are the directions not only peer review but also science is taking and what are the advantages and drawbacks... Read More →
avatar for Neil Chue Hong

Neil Chue Hong

Director, Software Sustainabi​lity Institute
DM

Daniel Mietchen

Researcher, National Institutes of Health
- Integrating research workflows with the Web | - Engaging the research community and the public with open research workflows | - Using open research workflows in educational contexts


Sunday April 17, 2016 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 1S006 (16 seats) OHSU Collaborative Life Sciences Building

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