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COPE May 29
"Authorship remains one of the most vexing issues in publications, where escalation can involve multiple individuals and institutions." Read more in our May issue of , with authorship guidance and cases.
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COPE May 28
"While fast results are clearly required in this critical situation, that is no excuse for bad research practices." ENRIO statement about the importance of research integrity during COVID-19:
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COPE May 25
Join the discussion: "What peer review means in the arts, humanities, and social sciences." How should editors, publishers and COPE respond to the differences among AHSS journals compared with STEM disciplines?
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COPE May 27
Addressing language and writing barriers were cited as major ethics issue faced by journal editors in COPE's study, while detecting plagiarism and poor attribution standards the most serious issue they faced. Read more...
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COPE May 26
register for the , Tuesday 2 June 4pm BST. New cases: ethics approval for a social media survey; bullying behaviour towards handling editor; author fails to credit other authors. Plus discussion on peer review in . Read more
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Scholarly Kitchen May 26
Guest Post — Books for the 2020s: The Role of Book Content in the STM Researcher Ecosystem
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EASE May 25
EASE conference programme filling up - reserve your place now!
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COPE May 25
Join the discussion: "What peer review means in the arts, humanities, and social sciences." How should editors, publishers and COPE respond to the differences among AHSS journals compared with STEM disciplines?
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Think. Check. Submit. May 25
We need more languages! Can you to translate our resources for us? Please get in touch: feedback@thinkchecksubmit.org
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COPE May 22
What mechanisms might be introduced to deal with language quality and in in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. Join the discussion.
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COPE May 22
register for the , Tuesday 2 June 4pm BST. New cases: ethics approval for a social media survey; bullying behaviour towards handling editor; author fails to credit other authors. Plus discussion on peer review in . Read more
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COPE May 21
Possible changes for journals from the pandemic include an increase in submissions if researchers use time to write papers, followed by a lull when new researchers gear up. This may alter acceptance rates, decision times and other journal metrics.
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COPE May 21
"What peer review means in the arts, humanities and social sciences." Are there differences in gender and diversity issues in these disciplines from other disciplines? Join the discussion
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ALPSP May 21
Only 2 weeks until New Research Assessment Policies in China Webinar. Chaired by Matthias Wahls. Book your place.
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COPE May 20
The authors of this article explore the need for balance between speed and rigour in the process of publications, as well as public discourse.
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COPE May 20
Have your contact details changed? Do you have new staff at your journal? Update the contact details for your journal on our website and ensure you and your colleagues can access all COPE resources.
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COPE May 19
: register for the COPE Forum, Tuesday 2 June by webinar. New cases, from members, for discussion and advice. Plus a discussion on 'What peer review means in the arts, humanities and social sciences'. Register today
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IOP Publishing May 7
We've introduced a formal co-review policy, to help early-career researchers gain experience in and ensure they get credit for the work they contribute. Find out more here:
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COPE May 18
Following a double-blind peer review, a journal received a request from a reviewer to share a post on twitter, which may disclose the reviewer’s identity to the authors. The journal asks for advice. Read more:
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COPE May 18
The REF team has written to heads of institutions to outline the UK higher education funding bodies’ current position in relation to contingency planning for COVID-19 for the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021.
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