Tagged: peer review

What are my chances of being Accepted at PeerJ?

We are often asked what the chances are of an article being Accepted at PeerJ. At PeerJ we peer-review submissions for ‘scientific soundness’ (meaning that we do not reject articles based on subjective evaluations...

Who’s Afraid of Open Peer Review?

Celebrating Open Access Week 2014 affords an opportunity to study and promote all aspects of ‘Open.’ One of the things that we are most proud of at PeerJ is the feature for reviewers to...

PeerJ joins Publons Reviewer Rewards Program

For those of you using Publons already you’ll be pleased to hear that we have joined their Reviewer Rewards Program which launches today. If you’re not already using Publons then here’s one more reason...

PeerJ Partners with Publons – Reviewers Get More Credit

At PeerJ, we have been very impressed with Publons and their innovative approach towards giving Peer-Reviewers due credit for the work they do. In addition to being a site for the ‘post-publication peer-review’ of...

Two premier library publications review PeerJ

We were pleased to see that PeerJ was reviewed by two leading library publications over the last few weeks – the Charleston Advisor and the Library Journal. Both publications rated PeerJ very highly, and...

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...

Interview With an Author – Andreas Haas

On the 16th of July we launched the PeerJ Line Islands Collection. As this was our first Collection we thought it would be helpful to interview one of the authors to ask them about their...