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What to Consider When Submitting Your Paper to an Open Peer-Review Journal

Open peer-review, and open science in general, is a topic of increasing interest among scientists. Open peer-review journals provide online referee reports to readers alongside a published paper, working towards the goal of increasing transparency in academia and scholarly communications. Some open peer-review models also require referee identities to be revealed to authors or the public, which is usually done once a paper’s peer-review process has been completed.

Here are some important points to consider in deciding whether or not to submit your work to an open peer-review journal:
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Using Content Discovery as the Starting Point for Your Publishing Strategy – Increasing the Visibility of Your Published Papers

After surveying more than 40,000 researchers, a study released this month has pointed to some interesting insights on the distribution of content and how researchers source information relevant to their research.

At Ediqo, we have taken these insights as the starting point to building effective publishing and distribution strategies: understanding how researchers access scholarly content will help you determine the most effective ways to publish your own papers and maximize the impact of your research.

Here are five points to consider to help you effectively publish and distribute your research, which can all be applied in parallel. For a more comprehensive guide to developing your publishing strategy, see our Authors Resources Center.

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