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Authors write notes of appreciation for peer reviewers

Jayashree Rajagopalan | Nov 15, 2016 | 2,557 views

The theme of Peer Review Week 2016 was "Recognize Review," and the global scholarly publishing community got together to talk about recognizing or incentivizing peer reviewers. Celebrating the theme, we asked our authors to share small notes of appreciation for reviewers. This slide deck compiles some of the responses we received, which show the important role peer review and reviewers play in the academic publishing system. During Peer Review Week 2016, we also shared these individually on Twitter using the hashtag #DearReviewer

Do you have anything to say? If you're an author and would like to share a note for reviewers based on your own publishing experience, feel free to leave a comment below.

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