EASE/ISMTE joint webinar – Untapping the potential of editorial reports

Journals and their editorial offices have an array of data at their fingertips, all of which can be utilized to improve the quality of peer review, understand post-publication content performance and better engage with author or reader communities.

As a prelude to future efforts to provide better guidance on working with data, this summary session showed how different data can be used, smartly, by journals to shape policies and operational protocols to ensure effective peer review management, support authors, drive interactions with readers and ensure ethicalness. Finally, the session also outlined common failings in the gathering, organising and interpretation of data, all of which can undermine the effectiveness of reporting.

This event was free to EASE and ISMTE members.