Academic Publishing Trends

Are You Ready for Peer Review Week 2023?

Get ready to mark your calendars because the highly anticipated Peer Review Week is back! From September 25th to 29th, we’re diving into the captivating theme of “Peer Review and the Future of Publishing.”

This fantastic event brings together academic publishers, research societies, institutions, and researchers from all over the globe. We’re all gearing up for an exciting week filled with engaging discussions, interactive events, and eye-opening insights into the ever-evolving world of peer review.

As you might know, each year, we center the week around a specific theme related to the peer review process. This time, we’re thrilled to explore “Peer Review and the Future of Publishing.” It’s the perfect theme to spark discussions about how peer review can shape the future of scholarly publishing, paving the way for transformative changes.

We’re absolutely delighted to be a part of this prestigious event, and we’re taking our involvement to new heights this year. Our parent organization, CACTUS, is a proud member of the organizing committee. Roohi Ghosh, our Ambassador for Researcher Outreach, Engagement, and Success at CACTUS, will co-chair Peer Review Week 2023. We couldn’t be more excited!

But that’s not all; we have some fantastic news to share. EASE (European Association of Science Editors) is joining us as an event partner. This collaboration is sure to elevate the scale and impact of the event, making this edition the most remarkable one yet.

We’ve got big plans for an immersive virtual experience that will take you on a journey deep into the heart of “Peer Review and the Future of Publishing.” Get ready to explore various perspectives, embrace cutting-edge technology, and challenge the way we think about peer review.

Stay tuned, as we’ll be unveiling an exciting lineup of events, incredible speakers, and a wealth of other valuable resources. This Peer Review Week is going to be one for the books, and we can’t wait to share it with all of you. See you there!

Marisha Rodrigues

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