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Web seminar on “Select Crowd Review: A new efficient method to organize peer review”

On December 7, 2020, we will host a virtual seminar on “Select Crowd Review: A new efficient method to organize peer review” with talks by the founders of this innovative peer review method that offers secure, fast and substantive reviewing.

Select Crowd Review allows editors to evaluate a manuscript within a very short time by using the mechanisms of social media communication while maintaining or even improving the quality of feedback.

We will host a virtual seminar with talks by the founders Prof. Benjamin List as well as Maël Frize from Filestage, our collaboration partner for the innovative tech development of Select Crowd Review.

They will introduce the concept and the advancement of the method, discuss the perception of select crowd and classical peer review within the author community, and give you an exclusive look behind-the-scenes at the process.

The event will take place twice, a morning and an afternoon session, to allow participants from all regions of the world to attend. Please pick your preferred time slot and join us for free for this insightful event and lively discussions!

 

SAVE THE DATE!

Date: Decemer 7, 2020

Time slot 1: 10 AM CET

Time slot 2: 5 PM CET

Where? Zoom

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The symposium will be chaired by Sue Hodgson, accompanied by our panelists Dr. Kathrin Ulbrich and Dr. Peter Henning (Thieme Group, Germany). The talks will be approx. 15 minutes each, followed by a Q&A session with all panelists and speakers.
 
 

Speakers:

Prof. Benjamin List
Director at Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung, Germany
SYNLETT Editor-in-Chief
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Maël Frize
Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer
Filestage GmbH
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Panelists: 

Dr. Kathrin Ulbrich
Scientific Editor
Thieme Group, Germany

Dr. Peter Henning
Editor and Project Manager
Thieme Group, Germany

 

Moderator:

Sue Hodgson
Senior Vice President Thieme Chemistry
Thieme Group, Germany

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Agenda

(all times in CET)

Time slot 1                
Time slot 2               
                              
10:00 AM 5:00 PM
Introduction
Sue Hodgson (Senior Vice President, Thieme Chemistry)
10:05 AM
5:05 PM
Advancing Peer Review
Prof. Benjamin List (Director at Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung, SYNLETT Editor-in-Chief)
10:20 AM 5:20 PM
How Filestage got involved in Select Crowd Review and the partnership with Thieme
Maël Frize (Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer, Filestage GmbH)
10:35 AM 5:35 PM
Open Q&A session
With all speakers and panelists
10:50 AM 5:50 PM
Close
Sue Hodgson (Senior Vice President, Thieme Chemistry)

 

About Select Crowd Review

The Select Crowd Review process is an interactive and secure way to improve the quality and speed of publishing. Here are the benefits at a glance:

  • Fast, interactive and secure review process
  • Informative comments and different perspectives from a greater number of experts
  • Same or even better quality of feedback compared with classical peer review

Learn more about how the review process works

Watch our video series “Select Crowd Review: A New Approach to Scientific Publishing”

Read Prof. Benjamin Lists' Paper on "How and Why Crowd Reviewing Works"

Read the Interview with Filestage’s Niklas Dorn regarding Select Crowd Review on The Scholarly Kitchen

 

Where can I submit a paper?

SYNLETT SynOpen   RöFo International Journal of Sports Medicine ACI - Applied Clinical Informatics
In the manuscript submission process, please select “Crowd review” as your preference.
 

Are you interested in becoming a review member of the crowd?

Please contact the following for more information about the application process: 

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