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Peer Review Week 2021

Peer Review Week 2021

  September marks the start of Peer Review Week 2021, a global event celebrating the imperative role of peer review in ensuring quality & ma [...]
7th ACSE Annual Conference Highlights

7th ACSE Annual Conference Highlights

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE The Asian Council of Science Editors (ACSE) hosted its 7th Annual Conference, on Saturday, August 21, 2021, virtually (via Zoom [...]
It’s Time to Critically Review Referencing

It’s Time to Critically Review Referencing

Referencing is an integral part of scholarly work. It puts the work of a researcher in context, demonstrates the breadth and depth of research, acknow [...]
Why ORCID is not ready for global application across different disciplines?

Why ORCID is not ready for global application across different disciplines?

Publishing an article in a good, peer-reviewed journal is no petty matter. Promoting it to be more discoverable is far more difficult. But what if a r [...]
Is a self-citation index an answer to the menace of self-citations?

Is a self-citation index an answer to the menace of self-citations?

Self-Citation can be a double-edged sword. Sometimes it is an acceptable academic behavior or a prolific author while other times it is a shameless ac [...]
Effects of Open Access promoting policies of European Research Council

Effects of Open Access promoting policies of European Research Council

Increased data sharing among scientists and other non-scientists can generate vast benefits to society and eventually to the economy. This is what lea [...]
Pre-Publication Review: Ensuring Trust in Medical Science

Pre-Publication Review: Ensuring Trust in Medical Science

 The American Medical Writers Association (AMWA), the European Medical Writers Association (EMWA), and the International Society for Medical Publicati [...]
The replication crisis is causing non-replicable studies to be cited more

The replication crisis is causing non-replicable studies to be cited more

Social Sciences have been facing a replication or reproducibility crisis because efforts to replicate past research findings frequently do not show th [...]
Key approaches to OA in Global North vs Global South – an example from Latin America & South Africa

Key approaches to OA in Global North vs Global South – an example from Latin America & South Africa

The aim of Open Access (OA) is the free accessibility of scholarly and scientific literature to all internet users, free of both charge and legal barr [...]
What is trust in science?

What is trust in science?

In a recent webinar of the Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP), 3 experts were asked about Trust in Science and how do they define trust. As summar [...]
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