How to build your identity as a peer reviewer [Free downloadable handbook]


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How to build your identity as a peer reviewer [Free downloadable handbook]

Peer review undergirds the accuracy, credibility, and robustness of scientific literature and ensures integrity in research. While peer review is voluntary, it is considered a duty or service to the academic community for the advancement of science. It is also a way to “give back” to science for having one’s own work reviewed.

However, peer review is not just a burdensome obligation of being a part of the academic community. A peer reviewer stands to gain a lot too.

We normally focus on the challenges a peer reviewer has to face, such as a lack of recognition and high demands on time. However, being a peer reviewer also comes with many benefits, and this handbook outlines how YOU can build your identity as a peer reviewer and leverage peer review to your benefit.

Mini handbook - How to build your identity as a peer reviewer.pdf

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Published on: Oct 27, 2021

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