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Getting started with peer review (for early career researchers and third and fourth year PhD students in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences)
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Description

If you have recently started receiving peer reviews, or would like to become a reviewer, this is an unmissable chance to pick up tips and best practices for responding to reviews, being noticed as a reviewer, getting your review done, and getting credit for your work

The Office of Scholarly Communication invites you to an essential introduction to Peer Review.

You'll learn...

  • how to make the most of the peer review process
  • how to increase the chance of being asked to review
  • how to get ready to review and be recognized for your work
  • how to write the feedback you wish you'd received.
Target audience
  • PhD students in HASS disciplines
  • Early career researchers in HASS disciplines
  • Further details regarding eligibility criteria are available
Aims

At the conclusion of the session, you will

  • understand the purpose of peer review and identify the different forms peer review can take
  • understand how to respond to peer review
  • understand how to make your profile more visible to editors
  • understand and apply best practices for accepting a peer review invitation, evaluating a manuscript, and writing critical feedback
Format

Presentation, discussions

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Duration

One session of one hour.

Frequency

Once per term

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