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Peer-review Vs New channels of publishing

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The RIN just released an excellent summary of the peer-reviewed process…

About new way for researchers to publish their findings, the study concludes:

Alongside these issues are those raised by researchers’ suse of blogs,
wikis and other Web 2.0 technologies
to communicate with their colleagues and more broadly, as well as social tagging services through which they may make their personal reading lists available to others. Use of such services has not yet become widespread across the research community (see RIN 2010 [in press]); and cultures and protocols relating to their use are not as yet well-established

Peer review: a guide for researchers. White paper by the Research Information Network, March 2010. Available online: http://www.rin.ac.uk/node/519

Written by hbasset

March 19, 2010 at 9:25 pm

Posted in Journals, Science 2.0

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