Peer Review at RIO: Part 2

  • 23/09/2015
  • Having explained our pre-submission peer-review last week, in this post we’re going to explain our post-publication peer-review. Why use open post-publication peer-review? Removes unnecessary delay Provides much needed transparency Most journals use post-submission peer-review and only make the work public online once this process is completed. This results in long delays before the work is […]

    Peer Review at RIO: Part 1

  • 17/09/2015
  • In this post we shall explain our much anticipated use of pre-submission peer-review. This is not the only model of peer-review we will operate. Next week we will explain our post-publication peer-review. You may be asking yourself – how can peer-review happen before submission? This is a good question. Almost all traditional journals only arrange […]

    Counting days and tweets: What’s happened to RIO Journal so far?

  • 10/09/2015
  • So, here we are, counting days and Twitter impressions since Research Ideas & Outcomes (or, RIO for short) our new open access journal was officially announced on 1st September 2015. As much as we were excited to take this long-prepared and anticipated stand in the spotlight, we are still holding our breath ahead of the […]