Support for Good Peer Review in OJS-based Journals

A Library Publisher’s Perspective

Abstract

How can a library publishing service with limited resources help editorial teams of peer-reviewed journals in their work? This paper focuses on the technical aspects of the peer review workflow that, if set up and adhered to properly, can contribute to improving the standard of the peer review process – and to some degree also the quality of peer review. The discussion is based on the work done at Septentrio Academic Publishing, the institutional service provider for open access publishing at UiT The Arctic University of Norway.

Author Biographies

Aysa Ekanger, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
PhD in Theoretical Linguistics; research and publishing support, coordinator for Septentrio Academic Publishing, University Library
Solveig Enoksen, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
M.Sc. in Biology; Technical support at Septentrio Academic Publishing, University Library
Published
2020-05-31