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Presentation on Open Peer Review with Ada and lessons learned over publishing nine issues since 2012 using Comment Press through the Fembot Collective

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Open Peer Review with Ada

  1. 1. Open Peer Review with Ada ALA Annual 2016 Karen Estlund Associate Dean for Technology and Digital Strategies Penn State University Libraries kestlund@psu.edu
  2. 2. Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology http://adanewmedia.org
  3. 3. About Ada
  4. 4. Published by: With significant support from: Publishing Ada & &
  5. 5. The Fembot Collective & Ada Cover illustrations by Mara Williams & Bryce Peake.
  6. 6. Process
  7. 7. Multi-level Peer Review Accepted for Publication Suggestions for Alternative Publication Suggestions for Resubmission Not Accepted for Publication
  8. 8. Expert Review Cover illustration by Azle Malinao-Alvarez.
  9. 9. Collective Peer Review
  10. 10. Open Peer Review
  11. 11. Conversation Blips: comment notification
  12. 12. Peer Review for Interactive Works Zylinska, J. (2014) iEarth. Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, No.5. doi:10.7264/N36W98CFRuberg, B., (2015) Curating with a Click: The Art That Participatory Media Leaves Behind. Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, No.7. doi:10.7264 /N3PR7T8X
  13. 13. Peer Review of (Long Process) Multimedia
  14. 14. Bennett, A., (2015) Inverto. Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, No.7. doi:10.7264/N36T0JXT
  15. 15. Feminist Hacks Henderson, A. (2015) Cover Illustration. Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, No.6. doi:10.7264 /N3GB22BT Cooper, B., & Rhee, M. (2015) Introduction: Hacking the Black/White Binary. Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, No.6. doi:10.7264/N38S4N6F
  16. 16. Training for Open Peer Review
  17. 17. Review Labor
  18. 18. Reviewer Status Cover illustration by Jeanne Gomoll.
  19. 19. Review Process Feedback “I like that it’s mentorship focused. I get to ask myself ‘how can I help make this piece publishable,’ rather than acting as some kind of gatekeeper for a competition-driven scarcity that is traditional journals.”
  20. 20. Comments on Articles ● 2,699 comments ● 98 articles ● 9 issues ● 463 contributors Cover illustration by David McCallum.
  21. 21. Distribution & Access
  22. 22. Copyright Licenses* * as of fall 2015
  23. 23. Final Publications
  24. 24. Ada Review - Issue Release
  25. 25. Ada Review - Article Release
  26. 26. Ada Review - Articles Not Released Not Accepted for Publication Archived (Community Access also Removed)
  27. 27. Questions of Indexing: Review vs. Final
  28. 28. From Final to Review and Back Issue published Open peer review Ada to Ada Review: 90 sessions, June 25, 2015 to June 24, 2016 Ada Review to Ada: 73 sessions, June 25, 2015 to June 24, 2016
  29. 29. Most Popular Peer Reviewed Article 7,794 PageViews, Ada, issue 2, (published June 1, 2013) 130 PageViews, Ada Review, issue 2, (openly published June 1, 2013) 500 5
  30. 30. Troubling the System - Answering Cover illustration by David McCallum.

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