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Where’s the BMJ research? Depends where you look…

After doing a slow burn about a significant library science teaching article  from the BMJ-owned Postgraduate Medical Journal and probably never getting it in PubMedCentral,  I found my way back to the main page of BMJ and saw, I thought, something to credit as accellerating open access: “The BMJ (Impact Factor 13.66) provides open access to [...]

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Wed, September 1 2010 » Uncategorized » 2 Comments

Elsevier tests new peer-review….we want open peer review

I noticed in a tweet of a Research Information posting about Elsevier’s new peer-review experiment for Chemical Physics Letters called PeerChoice. On the scale of news,  PeerChoice is a murmur.  Reviewers for  one journal will now have the freedom to choose which articles they would like to review, hopefully matching their expertise and interest, in [...]

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Sat, July 3 2010 » Uncategorized » No Comments