Open Science and Research is a broad term and the basic aim is on opening research in multiple different ways. One aspect is to see ways to open up the review process, which is currently an invisible and closed system. This lesson looks into the possible benefits of opening the review process to individual researchers and research community and challenges you to consider your role in the review process.
After completing this lesson you will:
- Understand different aspects of Open Peer Review
- Be familiar with arguments for and against Open Peer Review
- Know of experiments trialling Open Peer Review
- Be able to consider if you would be willing to take an Open Peer Review Oath