Tagged: open peer review

How To Become Good At Peer-Review

The following guest blog post, by Jennifer Raff, has been adapted for PeerJ from a post she made on the Violent Metaphors blog. We are pleased to host this guest post, as we feel...

Announcing a New Benefit for PeerJ Peer Reviewers

Here at PeerJ we know that the system of pre-publication peer review in operation in today’s scholarly journal environment would not be possible without the selfless efforts of the peer reviewers themselves. At the...

Interview With an Author – Emma Schachner

Today’s Interview with an Author is with Dr. Emma Schachner, the corresponding author on “Pulmonary anatomy in the Nile crocodile and the evolution of unidirectional airflow in Archosauria”, an article which has attracted quite...

Interview With an Author – Africa Gómez

Today’s ‘Interview With an Author’ coincides with their publication in PeerJ (it is also this week’s featured image showing a tadpole shrimp on the front of PeerJ). We spoke to Dr Africa Gómez, senior...

The Reception to PeerJ’s Open Peer Review

When we announced that we would be encouraging Open Peer Review in PeerJ, we must confess that we were unsure how the reception would go. We are pleased to say that the positive response...