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Missed us at SSP? Want to know the latest things we're cooking up at Rubriq? These are the slides Keith Collier presented at the SSP session (Concurrent 4E: The Future of Peer Review: Game Changers). ...

Missed us at SSP? Want to know the latest things we're cooking up at Rubriq? These are the slides Keith Collier presented at the SSP session (Concurrent 4E: The Future of Peer Review: Game Changers). This presentation gives an overview of our independent peer review service, as well as a preview of one of our new free author tools. It was designed for the SSP audience, which is primarily journals, editors, and publishers.

Want to hear the narration? Visit a recording on our YouTube page here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K91ZtMPvaBk.

From the SSP 2013 Annual Meeting - http://www.sspnet.org/events/past-events/2013-annual-meeting/schedule/

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Rubriq platform overview slides from SSP (Society for Scholarly Publishing) 2013 Annual Meeting Rubriq platform overview slides from SSP (Society for Scholarly Publishing) 2013 Annual Meeting Presentation Transcript

  • The Rubriq PlatformPutting Time Back into ScienceJune 2013
  • Why Rubriq?
  • Challenges & Solutions to Journal Loops• Work within the established journal structure• Pragmatic solutions for both traditionaljournals and Mega OAPublication still theCurrency of Research• Subject & Quality Match• Better Information about JournalsBetter Matching ofAuthors/Paper toJournals• Standardized Pre Submission Peer Review• Submit Once / Portability of Reviews• Central Reviewer DatabaseConnectivity /Portability BetweenJournals
  • The Rubriq TriumvirateScorecardIndependent Peer Review &Journal RecommendationWorkflowSoftwareAccess to ReviewerDatabaseJournalInformationPagesSearch, Rate, andCompare Journals
  • ScorecardIndependent Peer Review &Journal RecommendationWorkflowSoftwareAccess to ReviewerDatabaseJournalInformationPagesSearch, Rate, andCompare Journals
  • Current “Journal Finder” ToolsSubject Match Only
  • ReviewersAssessment of Paper Prior to JournalSelection
  • Our Scorecard RubricQuality of Research Quality of Presentation Novelty & Interest
  • The Rubriq Report
  • Strengthof matchJournal Recommendations
  • Two-Way Matching: Editor ToolsEditorControl Journal DataCriteria for MatchingSearch for Papers
  • Strengthof matchJournal/Editor-Driven Recommendations
  • The Current Service1Classification &Manuscript Report2Reviewer Report(R-score)3JournalRecommendations1-2 weeks
  • The Business ModelAuthor is CustomerReviewers (and/or labs) are paidDirect or Rubriq CreditFree Service to Editors/PublishersGoal is a faster path to publication in the best journal for the author
  • “Parallel” Beta Tests with PublishersJournalJournal Peer Review
  • “…Despite initial skepticism…the editorswere really impressed with the way thescorecard worked”“They felt it just goes to show that if youpay postdocs a relatively small amount,and they are the right people, they will doa good and thorough job”“…would be pleased to participate in thenext phase and be part of the Network”“… really impressed with the way in whichRubriq has been set up. .there is a genuineinterest in evolving the review process toprovide authors with meaningful, multi-faceted reviews of their work”“…I really like the scorecard. It capturesthe many ways in which a paper can beevaluated…“ Very supportive of this effort, both as arecognition of the time and effort a goodreview takes, and of the prospect thatreviewers might improve their game, andthus help raise the quality of research moreglobally”Editors ReviewersBeta Feedback
  • ScorecardIndependent Peer Review &Journal RecommendationWorkflowSoftwareAccess to ReviewerDatabaseJournalInformationPagesSearch, Rate, andCompare Journals
  • What Authors Should Know About Journals(apples to apples comparison)GeneralInformationAims &ScopeContact InfoLinksPublisherReputationImpactFactorJournal RankEditorialReputationAcceptanceRateSocietyAffiliationTimelinessTime to FirstDecisionReviewCycle TileAcceptancetoPublicationStrength ofJournal/PaperMatchSubjectMatchR-ScoreMatchEditorPreferencesCostsAPCsSubmissionChargesPageCharges /ColorChargesVisibilityCirculationIndexCoverageCopyrightPolicyCopyrighttransferpolicyCC LicenseUsedCommunityRatings /CommentsAuthorRatings(time,reputation,experience)Advice tootherauthorssubmittingto journal
  • Rubriq Journal Pagewww.rubriq.com/journalnameJournal NameStrength of MatchCostsTimelinessGeneral Information / LinksRatings / Advice for Submitting AuthorsVisibilityReputationCopyright Policy
  • ScorecardIndependent Peer Review &Journal RecommendationWorkflowSoftwareAccess to ReviewerDatabaseJournalInformationPagesSearch, Rate, andCompare JournalsReviewerDatabase
  • Rubriq Journal PageJournal NameStrength of MatchCostsTimelinessGeneral Information / LinksRatings / Advice for Submitting AuthorsVisibilityReputationSUBMITCopyright PolicySUBMIT
  • Tying the System Together• Submit from the journal page• Publisher Pages – search across publisher /submit to publisher• Single reviewer database• In Mail• Rubriq ScorecardCentralReviewerDatabase
  • Rubriq Journal Club• Run a Journal Club with Rubriq• Share club scores/papers• Score published papers• Data for connecting R-Scores to Papers and Journals
  • The Rubriq PlatformPaid ServiceIndependent ReviewFree ToolsWorkflowSoftwareFree ContentJournalInformationPages
  • What Should a Publisher/Journal Editor Do?• Create User Accounts• Associate your Account with your Journal(s)– Work with Publishers to Managed the Entire List• Update Information• Friendly to Receiving a Rubriq Report withSubmission
  • THANKSKeith Collier@keithecollier@RubriqNews