All 7 journals are committing to offer publication of reviewer reports alongside articles to better serve authors, reviewers and readers. Thrilled to be making this pledge alongside so many other journals () #PublishPeerReview
We believe that publishing referee reports would better inform authors and readers, improve review practices and boost trust in science. We invite editors to sign an open letter () supporting a move to publish peer review reports.
A list of 124 (and counting) journals that are or will publish peer reviews. I will be prioritizing these journals for our papers. Publishing reviews is better for science, the review process, training, and public perception. Thanks #ASAPbio and editors!
News from We’ll be publishing (anonymous) peer review reports - as soon as we can sort out logistics We’re signatories of the letter encouraging others to follow See commentary from and co
123 journals have signed on to an initiative to publish peer review reports (anonymously or not). Great idea! Includes journals from , , , and as well as , , and others. #PublishPeerReview
Two biomedical funders — & the Howard Hughes Medical Institute () — and call on journals to publish peer reviews | A number of journals including have signed up
Journal of Cell Science announces to publish peer review reports. Along with our sister journal [email protected]_journal and many others, we are signatories to an letter that commits to #PublishPeerReview
Excited to see the commitment by so many journals towards the publication of peer review reports along with published manuscripts. At we are fully committed towards its implementation and have signed the letter.
We believe in the benefits of transparent peer review. That is why is one of the signatories of this open letter, encouraging other journals to #PublishPeerReview =>
This is a list of journals publishing the peer review reports. #PeerReview
Exciting news: three journals (Communications Chemistry, Communications Biology, and Communications Physics) have enable the publication of peer review reports & signed a letter encouraging other journals to do the same: #publishPeerReview
Following on from last week's news of the #PublishPeerReview commitment (see ), we asked some of our Group Leaders how they think this new initiative will benefit science, to gear us all up for #PeerReviewWeek18
Today, 200 journals signed a letter indicating that they #PublishPeerReview, more than doubling the list of signatories! More in their blog post:
Here's the link for journals signing up to open peer review #openup2020
Development to publish peer review reports Along with our sister journal and many others, we are signatories to an letter that commits to #PublishPeerReview & encourages other journals to do the same
A hugely important step towards #OpenScience - big props to these journals and their publishers for committing to publishing peer review reports; and well done ! #PublishPeerReview
Really excited that has signed the open letter committing to publishing peer review reports: . We’re still working out the details, but hope to be rolling this out early next year.
EJN supports Innovation in Peer Review: is a now a signatory to a global petition being circulated in support of transparency in peer review. More:
Excellent work from on helping to improve peer review through publishing of reports #ASAPbio (also something I've been advocating for for a while now )
don't forget to sign Open letter on the publication of peer review reports!
6 more that #publishPeerReview have signed our open letter: Read more about the pilot:
Open #PeerReview - Increasing transparency to benefit the research community That's why all #PeerReview reports are published along with names of the reviewers on all our platforms including , , &
Several operating open peer review have signed the open letter at #PublishPeerReview
I fully support the #PublishPeerReview initiative For me, the example to follow is from : reviewing history + editorial decision (1 example here ---> ) maximum #transparency
There’s always been talk amongst us publishers that making peer review reports open is only a good thing; transparency, more context & upholds journal standards. That’s why this open letter is important as the unified approach will catalyse a real change
It's heartening to see some journals committing to a more transparent #peerreview process . But we need more journals to commit to improving #peerreview, and to the research community as a whole taking effective measures to making it fairer for all
Dear , please consider joining this pledge to publish peer reviews for ASBMB journals? As a member I’ll be preferentially submitting to journals with this policy. Thanks!
Re question of whether societies are taking the lead on open peer review - 's has signed along with journals from and that already publish peer reviews #openup2020
Hey ! Please consider joining this pledge to publish peer reviews. As a member I’ll be preferentially submitting to journals who do this, which I hope soon includes RNA. Thanks!
Yo - I hope you “proceed” to join this pledge to publish peer reviews!
Cell Press crew & friends - your parent company is kind of a bummer but you’re some of my favorite journals. Please consider joining this pledge to publish peer reviews. Thanks!
please consider joining this pledge to publish peer reviews?