HR EASE – ZNAK sesija

Objavljeno: Ponedjeljak, 14 Lipanj 2021

17. lipnja 2021. od 9.00 do 12.00 sati putem Zoom platforme

Hrvatski ogranak Europskog udruženja znanstvenih urednika (HR EASE) u suradnji s Hrvatskom udrugom za znanstvenu komunikaciju (ZNAK) organizira sesiju povodom EASE konferencije. Sesija je besplatna za sve registrirane sudionike, a maksimalni broj sudionika je 100. Za registraciju molimo kliknite na sljedeću poveznicu: https://znak.hr/index.php/hr-ease

Program:

9.00-9.30 Mario Malički: An Editor’s Guide to Preprints and Peer Review
9.30-9.40 Q&A
9.45-10.00 Danijel Namjesnik: Rezultati ankete o razmatranju preprinta i izdavačkim praksama hrvatskih časopisa
10.05-12.00 Panel rasprava: Kako razmatrati preprinte i treba li nam tisak

Panelisti: 

Ante Blaće (Sveučilište u Zadru / Geoadria (Morepress)), Neven Duić (Sveučilište u Zagrebu / JSDEWES / ZNAK), Mario Malički (Stanford University / Research Integrity and Peer Review / ZNAK), Iva Melinščak Zlodi (Sveučilište u Zagrebu (FF Open Press) / ZNAK), Jadranka Stojanovski (Sveučilište u Zadru / IRB / ZNAK), Siniša Zrinščak (Sveučilište u Zagrebu)

Sažetak predavanja:

An Editor’s Guide to Preprints and Peer Review

Use of preprints is on the rise across all scholarly fields. Yet it is still unknown what changes occur between preprints and versions subsequently published in journals or conference proceedings. In this talk, I will give a brief introduction to preprints, and an overview of more than 20 studies that tried to determine changes between preprints or submitted manuscripts and later published versions (of record). I will also raise and suggest possible solutions on issues related to implementation of preprints in editorial workflows, e.g., citing of preprints in published manuscripts, checking public comments of preprints, inability to conduct double blind review when a preprint is published. With preprints enabling a better insight in the value of peer review, editors should consider monitoring and quantifying this value in their own journals.

O predavaču:

Mario Malički (Metrics – Stanford University)

After finishing School of Medicine at the University of Zagreb, Croatia, I obtained an MA in Literature and Medicine at King’s College, London, UK, and then worked at the University of Split School of Medicine in Departments of Medical Humanities and Research in biomedicine and health, where I obtained my PhD in Medical Ethics titled: Integrity of scientific publications in biomedicine. I have been researching authorship, peer review, duplicate publications, and publication bias. From 2017-2019 I was a postdoc at AMC and ASUS Amsterdam, Netherlands, and in 2020 I joined METRICS at Stanford University where I focus on meta-research of preprints. I am also a Co-Editor-in-Chief of Research Integrity and Peer Review journal https://researchintegrityjournal.biomedcentral.com/.

 

 

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