ORE’s peer review model is centered around transparency and innovation, allowing peer review to become a constructive and collaborative conversation within the research community.
The process is formal, invited, and most importantly, open – so reports are published alongside the article, with reviewer names and affiliations.
Peer review takes place after the article has been published openly on the Platform, so the research can be read and cited while being assessed by expert reviewers.
Reviewers assess the quality and validity of the research, not the novelty or perceived interest. ORE also welcomes null and negative studies, and they will not be reviewed any differently.
Visit the ORE resource hub to learn more about the peer review process.