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The speakers were amazing and informative. I learned a lot about peer review process and how I can manage my emotions in case I get decline feedback from editors.
The level of interaction between the participants and the organizers is spectacular, which make it like almost like a presential meeting.
After graduation, I was feeling demotivated regarding my skills and knowledge, mostly because there were lacking because of COVID-19. This webinar is encouraging and motivating me to improve my craft as a student and keep practicing no matter what. Also, I am loving how the speakers have this mutual respect towards each other while one is speaking.
The discussion is an eye-opener, I guess, for many senior researchers... or may be a reminder that there is a need for them to pass on the skill to the junior researchers... to mentor them on how to conduct peer review. On the other hand, the discussion also presents the challenge to ECRs to prepare themselves to enter peer reviewing by learning from the senior researchers and by reading a lot.
The topic is quite apt. All rounded thoughts were provided by the panelists, the moderator and many questions that were answered. The way forward is truly inclusivity, considering that all relevant stakeholders have different values to bring on board to enrich the process and outcome.
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