If you run a journal editorial office, you may be considering trying out open peer review. Recently, the British Journal of Surgery conducted a trial of open peer review for 153 manuscripts. Their process and findings are included in the infographic below.
Considerations for the Delegator and Recipient of a Delegated Peer Review: Part 2
In the second of two blog posts, Julian L. Wong, Managing Editor of Molecular Reproduction & Development, l...
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A Scalable Solution for Transparent Peer Review
Discover more about a pilot on transparent peer review workflow Wiley launched in September 2018.
Essential Areas for Improving Peer Review – Three Experts Share Their Views
Is there an accepted ‘standard’ for peer review? Or, could we think of peer review as an ‘aspirational framework’ consisting of some practices that meet expectations and others that could be improved?
Timeliness: An Essential Area for Better Peer Review
Timely publication means research results are published when they are most relevant for further research.
How Do New Peer Review and Publishing Models Impact Research Quality?
In the changing research publishing landscape, how do researchers and publishers collaborate to maintain the essential aspects of quality – namely integrity and ethics.?
Usefulness: An Essential Area for Better Peer Review
Our goal for the whole “Better Peer Review” project is to enable journal teams to identify areas where their practice is great and areas where they may want to make improvements.
Fairness: An Essential Area for Better Peer Review
How do we achieve "fairer" peer review?
Ethics: An Essential Area for Better Peer Review
This post describes the second “essential area” for better peer review, namely “Ethics,” from our article “What does Better Peer Review Look Like?”
Integrity: An Essential Area for Better Peer Review
What does better peer review look like? We begin by considering the whole peer review publishing process, not just the act of peer review itself.
Take a Look Back at #PeerReviewWeek18
Missed any of Wiley's Peer Review Week 2018 activities? We recap the week in this blog post.
How Do We Move Towards Better Peer Review?
Elizabeth Moylan, Publisher at Wiley, talks to Michael Willis, Senior Manager in Wiley’s Content Review team, about the work he has undertaken to explore what better peer review looks like.
Gender and Regional Diversity In Peer Review
In celebration of Peer Review Week 2018, we take a closer look at diversity in peer review.
Why Publish a Registered Report? Three Experts Share Their Insights
We asked editorial experts for their thoughts on the Registered Reports initiative. For a more on this topic, watch our on-demand webinar.
Why Publish a Registered Report? #PeerReviewWeek18
Registered Reports increase inclusivity in research, improving transparency and reproducibility by reducing publication bias. Three editorial experts discuss the initiative in this on-demand webinar.
Addressing the Regional Diversity of Reviewers
Managing Editor Thomas Gaston discusses the current imbalance in regional diversity of peer reviewers in this blog post from Peer Review Week.
The Evolution and Critical Role of Peer Review in Academic Publishing
In this blog post from Peer Review Week 2018, Senior Marketing Manager Marilyn Pollett looks at the evolution of peer review, the challenges faced and where it might be headed.
What is Peer Review?
Learn about the concepts of peer review, who undertakes it, and why it is so important to make scholarly articles as high quality as possible.
The Peer Review Process
Become an expert on the peer review process, from first submission to next steps following an editor’s decision, to improving the integrity of a scholarly article.
Types of Peer Review
Learn about the different types of peer review available and new developments that will streamline your publishing journey.
Peer Review Variables
We outline some of the variables of the peer review process, such as level of transparency and reviewer selection.
Exploring the Peer Review Process