NEW PUBLIC SERVICE RESOURCE TO HELP EVALUATE ACCURACY OF SCIENTIFIC CLAIMS NOW AVAILABLE

“The Association of American Publishers and five preeminent scholarly publishing member organizations are sponsoring a new public service guide that explains how to evaluate scientific claims promoted in the media. I Don’t Know What to Believe, launching nationally today and available free of charge in digital format, offers a straightforward approach to assessing the accuracy of science stories. It also explains the process called “Peer Review” conducted on manuscripts submitted for publication in fact-based scholarly journals: a formal, careful system, funded and led by publishers, which analyzes and approves the quality of research and reporting in an article before it is accepted for publication.”

via The Association of American Publishers.

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