Tag:peer review

In honor of Peer Review Week 2022, Scholastica held a free panel-style webinar on plagiarism detection best practices in the evolving journal publishing landscape. Learn more about the discussion and register to receive the full recording on demand!

Throughout Peer Review Week 2022, Scholastica and Research Square shared blogs on tools to help journals and authors foster research integrity across disciplines. In this post, we culminate the series by bringing together all those resources to create a Research Integrity Toolkit, including an infographic.

Verifying the originality of submissions is foundational to upholding the research integrity of any scholarly publication. In this post, Head of Marketing and Community Development at Scholastica Danielle Padula discusses plagiarism detection best practices for journals.

In recent years, research reproducibility and replicability have become hot-button issues as a result of failed attempts to recreate many previously published studies. In this post, freelance scholarly publishing writer Victoria Kitchener discusses steps journals can take to help.

Developing statements of originality and disclosures is essential to receiving correct, complete, and consistent journal submissions – thereby promoting research integrity. In this post, Garrett Wright, Technical Editorial Associate at Scholastica, discusses current best practices.

Scholastica and Research Square announce a joint Peer Review Week blog series on tools to promote research integrity for scholarly journal editors, publishers, and authors. The series will cover ways to advance more transparent, rigorous, and ethical peer review practices. Learn more!

At times, journal production delays will be out of your editorial and publishing teams' hands. But, you can still take steps to try and avoid them. In this blog post, we share 7 ways to streamline your production process to help you hit target publication dates and even exceed them.

Mind the gap — you've likely heard this familiar phrase issued at train stations, but have you considered how it applies to academic journal publishing? In this blog post, we're rounding up five of the most common gaps between peer review and publishing and ways to address them.

The European Association of Science Editors' (EASE) Program Committee Chair Joan Marsh discusses the upcoming EASE conference, a hybrid virtual and in-person event focused on the manuscript journey, as well as EASE's latest member resources.

How can scholarly publishers support metadata enrichment and dissemination starting at peer review to help link the many facets of scholars' identities online? We explored this question during Scholastica's recent Peer Review Week webinar.