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Research and Scholarship

A guide to resources for faculty on scholarly publishing.

Open Peer Review

Open Peer Review (OPR) is an alternative method of peer review in journals, intended to give reviewers credit for their work. This type of peer review is not anonymous but explicitly identifies both the author of the paper and the author of the review.  After reviews are made, they are published side-by-side with the published paper.

Below are platforms that embrace OPR and ways to find journals that utilize it.  

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