Scholarly Communication: Peer Review
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Transpose has launched! Quickly find publisher policies for peer review
Transpose is a new (and growing) time-saving author resource where the peer review policies of over 2,900 journals can quickly be found. Authors are invited to submit new journals for inclusion.
Three main categories of peer review policy are covered: co-referees; posting preprints, and pre-publication discussion of results with the public. Not sure of journal yet? Filters help you browse options.
Basics of Peer Review
A Wiley infographic
Committee on Publication Ethics
Ethical Guidelines for Peer Reviewers (pdf)
Get credit for your peer reviews:
Publishers are teaming up with Publons to recognize reviewers for their contributions.
Peer Review Training
Publons Academy: "a practical peer review training course for early career researchers." Learn the core competencies of peer review from experts.
Peer Review: the Nuts and Bolts. 2014.
Download this 28-page guide to peer review written by early career researchers for early career researchers.
Understanding peer review. An Infographic from Taylor & Francis Group, 2017.