7 Responses to The Five Stars of Online Journal Articles

  1. Hi David–This is a great idea. I have one graphical suggestion–use different color stars for your five categories. Best, AG

  2. David Shorthouse says:

    Interesting approach, though the weakest, least interesting axis is “peer review”. Surely there are transparent ways to review journals based on this criterion, or is it merely “got it” or “don’t got it”?

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