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Digging deeper into peer review scams 

Thursday 14th September, 13:30 UTC

Sneha Kulkarni has over seven years’ experience of working with authors. Her passion to bridge the communication gap in the research community led her to her current role of developing and designing content for researchers and authors. She writes original discussion and comment articles that provide researchers and publishers a platform to voice their opinion. Sneha likes to keep abreast of the latest developments and trends in the publishing industry and publishes content that helps researchers, publishers, and industry experts as well to stay ahead of the curve. Her interest in understanding the malpractices rampant in academia and ways to counter them led her to publish a paper in Learned Publishing titled “What causes peer review scams and how can they be prevented?” (DOI 10.1002/leap.1031). The complete list of her published content can be found here: http://www.editage.com/insights/users/sneha-kulkarni.

Sneha Kulkarni
MA – Managing Editor, Editage Insights English, and Senior Writer & Editor, Scholarly Communications

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Have you read news about peer review scams and wondered why these happen? One of the chief reasons behind this problem is the lack of transparency in the peer review process. In this webinar, I will discuss what leads academics to rig the peer review process, based on my paper What causes peer review scams and how can they be prevented? published in Learned Publishing.

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Thursday, 14th  September 2017
13:30 UTC
Duration: 60 min
Language : English

Who is this webinar for?

This webinar is for journal editors, publishers, publishing directors, peer reviewers, and others who want to understand more about recent peer review scams and possible preventive measures.

Why should you attend?

You will learn about why the peer review process is targeted. We will also discuss important topics like the lack of transparency in the peer review process and the factors that lead academics to rig the peer review process. We will end with talking about what steps can be taken to make prevent the peer review process from manipulation.

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