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July 18, 2016 | Claire Doffegnies, Journals Development Coordinator

Shout out to peer review

We'll be celebrating Peer Review Week 2016

One thing is clear: peer review matters. Editors, authors and publishers alike value the system for the crucial role it plays in ensuring published research is trustworthy, accurate, and meets the highest standards possible within a given field. That’s why, for the second year running, we’ll be joining our peers in making a fuss of peer review during Peer Review Week 2016, from 19 – 25 September.
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  • July 18, 2016 | Andy Nobes , Programme Officer, Research Development and Support at INASP

    AuthorAID mentoring - providing a helping hand to developing country researchers

    In many lower and lower-middle income countries, researchers often don’t have the access to the resources and training in research writing and publishing that we can take for granted in the US and UK. This is where AuthorAID mentors can provide an important role, using their skills and experience to guide less experienced researchers through the challenges of publishing and communicating their research. We are continually looking to increase the number of volunteer mentors on our system to help meet a growing demand.
  • July 11, 2016 | Elaine Devine, Senior Communications Manager (Author Relations)

    Motivations, training and support in peer review

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  • July 11, 2016 | Merle Zwiers, Early Career Editor, International Journal of Housing Policy

    An early career researcher in the world of academic publishing

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    Merle Zwiers, a PhD student in Urban Geography at Delft University of Technology, was recently appointed the new role of early career editor at the International Journal of Housing Policy. In this short interview, Merle tells us about her experiences as a young researcher in the world of academic publishing. How did she become an early career editor? What are the benefits and challenges that come with this position?
  • July 5, 2016 | Anna Walton, Editorial Systems Coordinator

    Release news – ScholarOne 4.19

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