Peer Review on the Move from Closed to Open
||Schmidt, Birgit; Arvid Deppe, Julien Bordier and Tony Ross-Hellauer
||Peer Review on the Move from Closed to Open
||ELPUB2016. Positioning and Power in Academic Publishing: Players, Agents and Agendas, 20th International Conference on Electronic Publishing, 7–9 June 2016 in Göttingen, Germany
||Openness in peer review is no longer a terra incognita. However, there remains a need for further experimentation and careful evaluation of its advantages and disadvantages in practice. OpenAIRE, the European digital infrastructure for Open Scholarship, offers a unique environment for such experiments. This paper describes the design and early results of three such experiments, which are currently under development in close collaboration with selected publishing and repository communities.
||Open peer review, eInfrastructures, open evaluation, peer commentary
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