‘A preprint is a complete manuscript shared with a public audience without peer review. Often, preprints are also submitted for peer review and publication in a traditional scholarly journal. Preprints uploaded to OSF Preprints or a community preprint server accelerate scholarly communication and public access.’

OSF Guide: Preprint FAQs

What is a Preprint by asapbio.org

Preprint References

Speidel R & Spitzer M (2018) Preprints: The What, The Why, The How. Centre for Open Science – Blog. cos.io/blog/preprints-what-why-how/

Sarabipour S, Debat HJ, Emmott E, Burgess SJ, Schwessinger B, Hensel Z (2019) On the value of preprints: An early career researcher perspective. PLoS Biol 17(2): e3000151. doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.3000151

Tennant J, Bauin S, James S, & Kant J (2018). The evolving preprint landscape: Introductory report for the Knowledge Exchange working group on preprints. doi.org/10.31222/osf.io/796tu

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