Save the date: Join us in celebrating Peer Review Week 2018 from September 10-15

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Peer Review 2018

The theme for Peer Review Week 2018 is diversity in peer review and includes an interesting range of topics within its scope – inclusion of early career researchers in peer review, gender bias in peer review, geographical distribution of reviewers, etc. Here’s a series of posts dedicated to this year’s event and theme. Don’t forget to catch the special series of contributions from researchers and industry professionals on the theme of diversity.

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Save the date: Join us in celebrating Peer Review Week 2018 from September 10-15

Are you as excited for Peer Review Week 2018 as we are? This global event is dedicated to encouraging discussions about peer review, which plays a central role in scholarly publishing. The theme for this year’s Peer Review Week is “Diversity and Inclusion,” so all the discussions during the event this year will explore the issues and challenges surrounding this interesting theme.

Editage Insights is one of the Organizing Committee Members of Peer Review Week 2018, and we will be involved in several exciting activities throughout the Peer Review Week 2018 that spans from September 10 to 15.

We want you to join us in celebrating this event! We will be at the forefront of all conversations about peer review, and will bring to you the best resources and the latest buzz all through the week. Over the next few weeks leading up to the Peer Review Week, we will bring you updates on the activities we have planned for you and how you can get involved in this event.   

So subscribe to Editage Insights if you haven’t already. And if you’re on Twitter, follow us (@Editage) as well as #PeerRevWk18.

We have a lot in store for you, so stay tuned to hear from us!    

More about Peer Review Week: A group of organizations came together to set up a global event that would focus on peer review and enable sustained discussions about it. This is the fourth year of Peer Review Week and the organizing committee includes publishers, organizations, and institutions such as Editage InsightsORCIDScienceOpenSense About ScienceWiley, and Springer Nature.

Follow our Peer Review Week 2018 series for some great views on diversity and inclusion in peer review.

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Published on: Jul 20, 2018

Sneha’s interest in the communication of research led her to her current role of developing and designing content for researchers and authors.
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