Scholars’ views on Open Peer Review – Presenting Survey Results

Scholars’ views on Open Peer Review – Presenting Survey Results

Our survey was broad in scope, with the goal of exploring more diverse perspectives and experiences on the advantages and disadvantages of Open Peer Review. We asked about the number of articles our respondents had reviewed, where they published them, and some more specific questions about various aspects of open peer review.

On this blog, we are happy to share the results.

ScienceOpen at NISO’s “Building Access, Openness, and Sharing” Conference

ScienceOpen at NISO’s “Building Access, Openness, and Sharing” Conference

September has been a busy month, but it isn’t over yet.

On September 28th, NISO will host a virtual conference on Building Access, Openness, and Sharing, and our CEO Stephanie Dawson will be one of the speakers. The conference will focus on what is required to establish a research environment in which easy digital access is the norm.

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Exploring the SDGs on ScienceOpen: #10 Reduce Inequalities

Exploring the SDGs on ScienceOpen: #10 Reduce Inequalities

Our #ExploreSDGs campaign aims to promote content that is advancing the research and discussion on topics related to the Sustainable Development Goals, but at the same time, it wants to encourage publishers and researchers to join the challenge of achieving Agenda2030’s goals by curating their own SDG research on ScienceOpen.

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ScienceOpen on the road

ScienceOpen on the road

A stack of stickers, flyers, and business cards are ready to go. We are blogging from the train this morning on the way to Hannover for the Open Science Festival. It is exciting to be on the road again after years of pandemic lockdowns and Zoom webinars. But we are also happy that some digital conferences in the mix let us be flexible and save carbon.

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Exploring the SDGs on ScienceOpen: #12 Responsible Consumption and Production

Exploring the SDGs on ScienceOpen: #12 Responsible Consumption and Production

The Sustainable Development Goal 12 aims to ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns.

As part of our commitment to encouraging open dialogue about the Sustainable Development Goals and fostering knowledge sharing, we will continue our #ExploreSDGs series today by discovering content relating to SDG12 on our network.

Islamic studies on ScienceOpen

Islamic studies on ScienceOpen

Islamic Studies is an academic discipline that focuses on the history, culture, society, and religion of Islamic society from its inception in the 7th century to today.

In this blog, we wish to highlight not only collections that cover various aspects of the broad discipline of Islamic Studies but also notable research and scholarship from the various academic communities and institutions in Islamic countries.

Join the Road to Open Meta Conference! #R2OM

Join the Road to Open Meta Conference! #R2OM

On September 12th, ScienceOpen and HTWK Leipzig will be organizing the Road to Open Meta Conference, where some of the publishing industry’s best will discuss metadata communications and difficulties within, and introduce solutions derived from best practices and innovations.

Registration for the conference is still open. Everyone is welcome to register for free and join us on the #R2OM conference.

Take the Open Peer Review Survey!

Take the Open Peer Review Survey!

There are pros and cons of Open Peer Review, so we would like to hear from you. Do you believe that Open Peer Review will catalyze a culture of open scholarly debate, or do you feel that it will prevent researchers from being completely honest in their critique?

Take our survey and share your experiences and thoughts!

Welcoming the African Journal of Empirical Research (AJERNET.NET)

Welcoming the African Journal of Empirical Research (AJERNET.NET)

AJERNET is an open-access journal, which aims to facilitate the easy exchange of ideas, research reviews, and expertise among academics.

The journal’s goal is to give up-to-date multidisciplinary literature to researchers, students, and teachers. Follow the new collection of AJER here and let’s discover the journal together.

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