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- Research : The process of systematic inquiry and traceable vindication within a logically organized system of knowledge.
- Scientific method : The concept of systematic inquiry based on hypotheses and their testing in light of empirical evidence.
- Journal peer review : The most common variant of manuscript peer review, in which scholarly manuscripts are being evaluated; used by academic publishing agencies to decide about formal publication in academic journals.
- Conference peer review : A variant of peer review in which suggested contributions to a scientific conference are evaluated in order to allocate slots in the conference schedule and space for the poster sessions.
- Grant peer review : A variant of peer review in which grant proposals are being evaluated; used by research funding agencies to decide how to distribute their funds.
- Anonymous peer review : An umbrella term for single-blind and double-blind variants of research peer review in which the authors do not know the identity of the referees who evaluate their scholarly manuscripts or research proposals.
- Single-blind peer review : The currently most common variant of peer review, in which the reviewers of a scholarly manuscript or grant proposal are informed about the identity of the authors, but not vice versa.
- Double-blind peer review : A variant of peer review in which neither the authors nor the reviewers of a scholarly manuscript or grant proposal are informed about each other's identity.
- Open peer review : A variant of peer review in which the authors of a scholarly manuscript or grant proposal are informed about the identity of the reviewers.
- Public peer review : A variant of peer review in which the evaluation of a scholarly manuscript or grant proposal takes place in public before formal publication.
- Post-publication peer review : A Web 2.0 variant of peer review in which the evaluation of a scholarly manuscript or grant proposal continues online even after formal publication.
- Academia : An umbrella term for scholars and their institutions.
- Academic journal : A regularly-published, peer-reviewed publication that publishes scholarship relating to an academic discipline.
- Scientific journal : A publication venue for original research and scholarly review articles — for more than three centuries on paper and now increasingly online.
- Scientometrics : The quantitative study of the results of scientific research.
- Impact factor : A widely used annual measure of how often the papers recently published in an academic journal have been cited in the academic literature.
- Tenure track : A career path in academia which consists of a fixed-term contract, followed by an evaluation of the incumbent and, if that is positive, a permanent contract.
- Scholarly manuscript : A scientific communication written up for formal publication.
- Preprint : An advance copy, in digital format, of a manuscript intended for print publication.
- Research proposal : A description of planned scientific research that is formally submitted to a research funding agency.