Upcoming Webinar: Reviewing Articles and Books on ScienceOpen

Upcoming Webinar: Reviewing Articles and Books on ScienceOpen

Join us in the upcoming webinar, where we will go through the How To’s of reviewing scientific articles and books on ScienceOpen.

The reviewing process is essential to academic and scholarly publishing, and it benefits the entire scientific community. For this reason, ScienceOpen has emphasized the significance of the review process by developing quick and simple tools, which we will present at our upcoming webinar on January 27th, 2022.

If you are a publisher, an editor, or simply a researcher on our platform, register for this webinar to gain a unique insight into the practical aspects of article reviewing!

Register Here!

ScienceOpen provides a peer review management system for journals with both open and blinded peer review. But we also allow researchers to review any articles they discover on the platform. By using our review tools, any researcher with enough experience can establish a reputation as an expert in a specific field on ScienceOpen. ScienceOpen allows editors, authors, and researchers to invite other scholars to review their published works and manuscripts. And we have recently enabled open review of books and book chapters.

All reviews are published under a Creative Commons Attribution License CC-BY (4.0) license and are assigned a CrossRef Digital Object Identifier (DOI), similar to a formal research publication. This means that reviews are reusable, citable, and permanent records of your reviewing activities and that all your review activities can be integrated with ORCID, Publons, and ImpactStory, assisting in the development of your researcher profile.

For more information on our review tools, you can also read more in the articles below:

This event will take place on Zoom on Thursday, January 27th, at 3 p.m. CET (UTC+1). To participate in this event, please visit the event page and register.

2 thoughts on “Upcoming Webinar: Reviewing Articles and Books on ScienceOpen”

  1. I can attend the start at 6:00 am local time (PST) but then have to teach at 6:40 am; Will I be able to see a recording of the part I have to miss?

    1. Hi Annette,
      we are planning for the webinar to last around 30 minutes. It will be a short introduction to our user-friendly and easy-to-use review tools. But it will also be recorded and posted later on Youtube.

      See you at the webinar on the 27th!

      Best,
      Kevin

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