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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.
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- Scientific research : The practice of using the scientific method to investigate causal relationships in detail.
- Research peer review : Evaluation by experts of the quality and pertinence of research or research proposals of other experts in the same field.
- Transparency (behaviour) : A fundamental philosophy of total openness between individuals and organizations.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Scholarly publishing : Add brief definition or description
- Academic journal : A regularly-published, peer-reviewed publication that publishes scholarship relating to an academic discipline.
- Research funding : The provision of financial resources for the purpose of studying something by means of the scientific method.
- Research proposal : A description of planned scientific research that is formally submitted to a research funding agency.
- Web 2.0 : A description of the WWW that allows for greater social interaction between producers and consumers, authors and readers of content, to the point where such distinctions become meaningless.
- Research 2.0 : An umbrella term for the use of Web 2.0 tools and principles in scientific research; often used interchangeably with science 2.0 but technically includes research in fields other than science, such as the humanities.