The Future of Peer Review
Preprint servers are on the rise, and the perennial issue of retractions demonstrates that peer review can’t catch all errors or scientific misconduct. Is traditional peer review a necessary stamp of approval? Should peer review allow highly controversial ideas to get through to publication? What advantages/disadvantages do preprint servers, open peer review, and post-publication peer review have, and what role might they play in the future of scholarly communication? All things peer review are on the table for discussion at this workshop.
Related LibGuide: Issues in Scholarly Communication by Hannah Lindquist
- Thursday, March 22, 2018
- 4:00pm - 5:00pm
- Library Classroom