In this issue Dr. Elena Paoletti and Dr. Pedro Cintas share their views on the possibility of measuring individual reviewer contributions to the peer review process using proposed bibliometrics. We report on how we are working to ensure that Elsevier-published journals will have their reference style template available in EndNote. We also take a look to future and how we are working with the scientific community to redefine how an article is presented online with our “Article of the Future” initiative.
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Rewarding reviewers – could Reviewer Factor be a solution?
Dr. Elena Paoletti, Senior Scientist at the Institute of Plant Protection, National Council of Research, Italy shares her thoughts on measuring reviewers’ contributions
Increasing visibility and recognition of reviewers – A Peer Review Index
Dr. Pedro Cintas, University of Extremadura, Spain introduces an idea about how to apply bibliometrics to individual reviewer contributions
Experience the "Article of the Future"
Part of an ongoing collaboration to redefine how an article is presented online
Reference styles in EndNote
Read how we are working to ensure that our journals will have their reference style template available in EndNote