Open Peer Review Module (OPRM). Final Report
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AuthorsPerakakis, P. (Pandells); Ponsati, A. (Agnès); Bernal, I. (Isabel); Mosquera-de-Arancibia, C. (Concha); Sierra, C. (Carles); Osman, N. (Nardine); Lorenzo, E. (Emilio)
KeywordsOpen Peer Review
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Research productivity is increasing at an unprecedented rate. Technological innovations, a surge in available computing power, and the ease with which digital information is stored and communicated is helping researchers to cross experimentation boundaries, to increase data availability, and to facilitate the transfer of knowledge. As a result, traditional research is being transformed into a dynamic and globally interconnected effort where ideas, tools and results can be made instantly accessible to the entire academic community. Institutional and multidisciplinary open access repositories play a crucial role in this emerging landscape by enabling immediate accessibility to all kinds of research output. One important element still missing from open access repositories, however, is a quantitative assessment of the hosted research items that will facilitate the process of selecting the most relevant and distinguished content. Common currently available metrics, such as number ...
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