Designing for Emergent Workflow Cultures: eLife, PRC, and Kotahi | CommonPlace, Series 2.2 Community-led Editorial Management

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Summary:

Hyde, A., Pattinson, D., & Shannon, P. (2022). Designing for Emergent Workflow Cultures: eLife, PRC, and Kotahi. Commonplace. https://doi.org/10.21428/6ffd8432.ef6691ea

Abstract

Scholarly publishing is evolving, and there is a need to understand and design the new (emergent) workflows while also designing technology to capture and support these processes. This article documents an ongoing collaboration to develop technology to meet emergent workflows in scholarly publishing, namely Publish-Review-Curate (PRC). We explore this topic with different eLife PRC community stakeholders using Kotahi, a flexible open-source scholarly publishing platform that can support variant workflows (built by Coko).

 

 

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https://commonplace.knowledgefutures.org/pub/j0a8lxly/release/1?readingCollection=6d0221f4

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oa.new oa.publishing oa.workflows oa.practices oa.kotahi oa.elife oa.journals oa.coko

Date tagged:

11/23/2022, 11:44

Date published:

11/23/2022, 06:44