SciELO 20 Years Repository

2018
SciELO 20 Years Repository

SciELO 20 Years Repository is operating as a preprint server with focus on manuscripts related to the main topics of the SciELO 20 Years Week agenda.

Scientific Publishing Innovations and the Future of Peer Review and Journals

Johannes J. M. Velterop
1-18
On peer review and preprint publication in the sciences
PDF
Gonzalo Rubén Alvarez, Sônia Elisa Caregnato
1-7
Open pre-review: avaliação de preprints em repositórios
PDF (Português (Brasil))
Elizabeth Allen
1-9
Open peer review through the lens of F1000's open research publishing platforms
PDF

Workshop on the use of data from the SciELO database

Danilo de Jesus da Silva Bellini
1-263
Workshop on the use of data from the SciELO database: Report slides and Python/R notebooks with the performed analyses
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SciELO 20 Years Repository receives manuscripts related to the main topics of the SciELO 20 Years Week agenda:

  • Scientific knowledge as a global public good. The future of research communication. SciELO as a global public good
  • Yesterday, today and tomorrow of SciELO Network
  • Open Science: open data, open materials, open methods, and open software
  • The historical, academic and social relevance of SciELO journals
  • Open Science: quality control, transparency, and ethics
  • Relevance of Public Health Journals in informing research, education, health services and citizenship
  • Conference Opening – Presentations by the Authorities
  • Performance of SciELO journals
  • Golden national based solutions
  • Scientific Publishing Innovations and the Future of Peer Review and Journals
  • Gold and hybrid journals, green, and others
  • Workshop on the use of data from the SciELO database
  • Fast communication: preprints, peer-review, continuous publishing
  • Institutional journal portals and the transition to open Science
  • Structuring of scientific articles: standards, XML, authoring
  • Relevance of Academic Books in Research Communication
  • Interoperability, visibility, credibility
  • Texture
  • The political and social impact of journals and the research they communicate
  • Scientific/academic impact of journals – citation based and other indicators
  • Web presence of journals and the research they communicate