lunes, 15 de marzo de 2010

Guia sobre la evaluacion por pares (T Baiget EPI)

The UK's Research Information Network (RIN) has released a guide, Peer
review: a guide for researchers, that sets out the processes involved
in peer review for both grant applications and publications. It also
looks at the issues that have been raised in a series of recent
reports on the costs of the system, and how effective and fair it is.
The new guide provides researchers with an understanding of how peer
review works and highlights some of the issues that surround the
current debates about the peer review process. It looks at how
effective peer review is in selecting the best research proposals, as
well as in detecting misconduct and malpractice.

1. What is peer review?
2. How does it work?
3. Support and criticism
4. Is it effective?
5. Is it fair? Subjectivity and transparency
6. Is it efficient? Speeding it up and lightening the burden
7. New challenges and opportunities
References and useful resources

Más información:

Se puede descargar aquí: (16 pp., 243 KB)

Tomàs Baiget
Fernanda Peset Mancebo
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia - DCADHA
Camino de Vera s/n - 46071 Valencia (Spain)
Telf: +34690682417- Ext. 111089

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