Peer Review in Action: What Makes a Good Reviewer and How to Get Started

Emma Potter, Erin Lavender-Stott, Daniel Potter

12:00 PM
1:15 PM
Location
Royal Palm 5 and 6
Session #
321
Session Type
Workshop
Session Focus
  • Research
Organized By
  • Students and New Professionals

About the Session

    Emma Potter, Erin Lavender-Stott, Daniel Potter

    The purpose of this workshop is to provide an arena for early scholars to learn and discuss the process of conducting a peer review. Participatory workshop led by facilitators who have served as reviewers in over 15 different journals and have over 18 years of experience, combined. We intend to provide students and new professionals with an academically-informed and assistive environment in which to learn new skills in an applied manner. Following this workshop, attendees will have (a) collectively conducted a peer-review with guidance of facilitators, (b) be equipped with basic skills and resources on conducting a review, and (c) identified strategies to approaching, managing, and communicating scholarly critiques in the peer-review process. Come acquire new skills or reimagine your approach to reviewing.

    Objectives

    Following this workshop, attendees will (a) conduct a peer-review with guidance of facilitators, (b) be able to describe basic skills and resources on conducting a review, and (c) be able to identify strategies to approaching, managing, and communicating scholarly critiques in the peer-review process.

Bundle name
Conference Session