Celebrate Peer Review Week 2022

Peer Review Week is an annual, community-led, global virtual event celebrating the essential role that peer review plays in maintaining research quality. The event brings together individuals, institutions, and organizations committed to sharing the central message that quality peer review in whatever shape or form it may take is critical to scholarly communication. The theme for the September 19-23, 2022 event is “Research Integrity: Creating and supporting trust in research.”

Celebrate Peer Review Week with these publications and other resources from ACRL.

Check Out a Good Book

ACRL publications explore issues in peer review, research, and other topics in scholarly communication. Here’s a list to get you started, and you can explore our whole catalog.

Read an Article

College & Research Libraries and C&RL News regularly publish articles related to scholarly communication topics, including peer review. Recent articles include…

The full contents of College & Research Libraries and C&RL News are freely available online as part of ACRL’s commitment to open access publishing.

Explore Our Online Professional Development

ACRL offers a variety of affordable, online professional development events for both individuals and large groups. Consider hosting a virtual workshop covering Open Educational Resources or Research Data Management for your library or organization in the coming months.

ACRL’s professional development offerings help fund advocacy, research, and continuing education programs for the academic library community worldwide.

Brush up on Professional Guidelines

ACRL Standards, Guidelines, and Frameworks help libraries, academic institutions, and accrediting agencies understand the components of an excellent library. Be sure to peruse the ACRL Framework for Impactful Scholarship and Metrics.

Scholarly Communication Toolkit

Developed and maintained by the ACRL Research and Scholarly Environment Committee (ReSEC), the Scholarly Communication Toolkit provides users with a basic understanding of scholarly communication issues in the context of their impact on libraries and offers resources and tools to support librarians as they navigate and transform the scholarly communication landscape. Users can also contribute their own tools or resources to the toolkit, including papers, presentations, handouts, videos, and more. The Toolkit is freely available online and licensed through Creative Commons.