- There are hundreds of tweets that used the #prwdebate hashtag, so if you spot a discussion online that we missed, give us a shout.
- — Kamatlab (@KamatlabND)Sat, Apr 05 2014 21:31:09
- Intense debates require intense refreshments.
- — Atwood Tate (@AtwoodTate)Fri, Apr 04 2014 07:47:57
- — Jocelyn Timperley (@jloistf)Thu, Apr 03 2014 14:30:45
- — Oliver Preston (@OJPreston)Thu, Apr 03 2014 08:14:51Solution: Screen papers with open-access review; publish with DOI; but don't trust until crowd-review has offered support #prwdebate
- — Jon Tennant (@Protohedgehog)Wed, Apr 02 2014 17:47:48Bollocks. Open peer review will not harm anyone. If a younger researcher is rightly critical of a paper, that's *good*!! #prwdebate
- — F1000Research (@F1000Research)Wed, Apr 02 2014 17:31:45@Roobina @easternblot has made a @MendeleyTips group to share papers with examples of open peer reviews #prwdebate: http://www.mendeley.com/groups/3566561/open-peer-review/ …
- Love was in the air...
- Impact factors were called into question:
- — Bonnie Swoger (@bonnieswoger)Wed, Apr 02 2014 18:32:27Peer review is important for non-experts, esp. for students. But if its done transparently, it can be pre or post. #prwdebate
- Recent high profile retractions were drawn into the debate.
- — Jalees Rehman (@jalees_rehman)Wed, Apr 02 2014 18:33:18.@IanJohnPereira Example: Stem cell acid paper has #Altmetric score of 2822 - one of the highest ever! http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v505/n7485/nature12968/metrics … #prwdebate
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In addition to the lively panel discussion and participation from the audience, there were people following the live stream and taking part on Twitter using the hashtag #prwdebate, and the discussion continues online.
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