• Comparing different types of peer review
  • Benefits and flaws
  • The process
  • Critical reading of a manuscript
  • The peer review debate: (not only) a quest for more transparency in the process
  • What does it take to be a referee?

References

Owango, J., Munene, A., Ngugi, J., Havemann, J., Obanda, J., & Saderi, D. (2021). Best Practices and Innovative Approaches to Peer Review [workshop recording]. AfricArXiv. doi.org/10.21428/3b2160cd.c3faf764

Owango, J., Obanda, J., Bourguet, D., Marinello, G., Saderi, D., Fornés, A. T., … Havemann, J. (2020). Rapid and Open Peer Review [Webinar]. AfricArXiv. doi.org/10.21428/3b2160cd.dba872ac

Tennant J (2020) Time to stop the exploitation of free academic labour. European Science Editing 46: e51839. doi.org/10.3897/ese.2020.e51839

Tennant, J.P., Ross-Hellauer, T. The limitations to our understanding of peer review. Res Integr Peer Rev 5, 6 (2020). doi.org/10.1186/s41073-020-00092-1

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