Authors: Amy Buckland (eScholarship, ePublishing & Digitization Coordinator, McGill University Library) , Martin Paul Eve (Lecturer, College of Arts, Lincoln University (UK)) , Graham Steel (Patient Advocate and Open Science Enthusiast) , Jennifer Gardy (Assistant Professor, School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia) , Dorothea Salo (Faculty Associate, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison)
It all seems very simple. A researcher writes up her findings to share them with her community. The findings are sent to a journal where the editor sends the manuscript out to peers to read. The reviewers comment and return the manuscript to the editor. The editor either asks the researcher to address the comments, or rejects the manuscript based on the reviews. The researcher sends their final manuscript to the editor, who in turn works with the publisher to ensure dissemination. Done.
How to Cite: Buckland, A. , Eve, M. P. , Steel, G. , Gardy, J. & Salo, D. (2013) “On the Mark? Responses to a Sting”, Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication. 2(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.7710/2162-3309.1116