October 11, 2017 | Victoria Farrimond, Journals Development Coordinator

Effective & efficient peer review management


When it comes to peer review, there are a multitude of factors to consider: online submission tools and reports, finding and retaining reviewers, and supporting new reviewers through the process. As well as all of this, there are the ethical considerations you must take into account to ensure the peer review process on your journal is as transparent and objective as possible… So, where do you start?

Luckily, the Editor Resources team is committed to bringing you everything you need to know in order to implement and develop an effective and efficient peer review process on your journal. Looking for systems tips and advice? Want to read some best practice examples from other editors? In need of guidance documents for your reviewers? Whatever you’re here for, we’ve got it: just browse our array of resources below.

 

Effective peer review

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If you are looking for more detailed or specific peer review resources, be sure to check out our vast range articles below:

 

Guidelines, tips & best practice

 

System information & support

 

Ethics in peer review

 

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Published: October 11, 2017 | Author: Victoria Farrimond, Journals Development Coordinator | Category: Front page, Information and support, Peer review | Tagged with: