Open Abstracts

What is it?

Open Abstracts is a free open access service offered by the Internet Policy Review in which anyone – from emerging researchers to established voices – can submit internet policy research ideas in the form of an abstract and get instant peer review.

How does it work?

Let’s say you have an idea for a paper (whether it’s for Internet Policy Review, another journal, or an undergraduate seminar), a conference talk, perhaps a book, or some other research publication format… you can paste your idea to Open Abstracts and peers in our community will provide feedback (on form and substance) on your idea within 10 days. By submitting an abstract, you automatically agree to making yourself available for a review. You become part of our peer community. Beyond this benefit, you also get informed feedback, references, constructive orientation, and, who knows, maybe even a co-author.