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Scholarly Publishing and Research Impact: Mid to Late Career Researcher Edition: How to Review Others

This guide to scholarly communications will acquaint researchers with knowledge and tools for better understanding and managing the creation and dissemination of their scholarly research.

Reviewing Others: How-to

If you want to start contributing to peer review service in your field, the resources below will help you learn the practical steps for how reviewing should work.

Reviewing Others: Standards and Best Practices

When reviewing, it is important not only to understand the "nuts and bolts," but also to be aware of professional standards and best practices.

Although some aspects may vary between disciplines, the resources below will help you understand some standard best practices to follow when reviewing.

Tools for Crediting Reviewers

Although peer review is first and foremost provided as a service to the discipline and its ongoing scholarly conversation, it can also benefit reviewers to be able to verify and be acknowledged for this service.

The following resources address methods of verifying review activity and giving credit for review service.


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