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The features of The Unjournal, and what the project offers beyond the traditional academic publication methods.
See sections below:
Reshaping academic evaluation: Beyond the binary of acceptance/rejection: Shows how The Unjournal's process reduces the traditionally high costs and 'games' associated with standard publication mechanisms.
Global priorities: Theory of Change: The Unjournal aims to enhance research reliability, accessibility, and usefulness through a robust evaluation system, fostering a productive bridge between mainstream and EA-focused researchers.
- Multiple dimensions of feedback: Discusses our method of obtaining separate evaluations on various aspects of a research project—methodological, theoretical, and applied—from diverse expert groups, which leads to more comprehensive and insightful feedback.
Promoting 'Dynamic Documents' and 'Living Research Projects': Explains the terms 'dynamic documents' and 'living projects' in relation to our model, and how they facilitate continuous growth in research projects.
- Benefits of Living Research Projects: Details these 'living projects' and how, under our approach, they can continuously evolve, receive evaluations, and undergo improvements within the same environment.