Responding to peer reviewer comments (Advanced course)
What's in the Course
Improve your chances of acceptance in the journal of your choice with these foolproof strategies to revise and resubmit your manuscript.
From this video lectures you will be able to:
- Understand how to approach peer review comments more confidently
- Learn to respond to peer reviewers and journal editors to get one step closer to getting published
- Improve your manuscript chances of acceptance by fixing the most glaring issues in your paper
- You will also get interactive exercises and quizzes to enable you to test your understanding of the lectures
We have also thrown in some interactive exercises and quizzes to enable you to test your understanding of the lectures. You can always share your comments or queries with us by leaving your comments in the course, or by writing to us at email@example.com.
Note: This is a video-based course. So make sure you are in a quiet place or have your headphones on so that you can listen to the priceless tips Prof. Caven is about to share.
Prof. Caven Mcloughlin, PhD, is Professor at Kent State University, Ohio, USA. A qualified school psychologist, Prof. Caven’s works at Ohio’s largest school psychology preparation program and instructs students in early childhood school psychology. He has been a special education classroom teacher and administrator as well as a school counselor.
For over 25 years, he has been conducting federally funded training programs for interdisciplinary leadership personnel who work with toddlers, infants, and newborns. Prof. Caven is also a Fulbright Specialist, and travels to different parts of the world to conduct informative and instructive workshops on academic publishing. He is a prolific researcher and has published over 100 research papers and chapters as well as written, edited, or contributed to 10 books. He is the Editor of the Sage journal School Psychology International.
Prof. Caven has also contributed to the advanced learning track of the Editage Insights training course on peer reviewing, where he instructs new and experienced reviewers about the best way to review the methodology in a scientific manuscript. You might also be interested in reading his interview with Editage Insights where he shares timeless tips for researchers.
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|Lesson 1 - Understanding the journal's decision|
|A manuscript’s journey from submission to publication|
|Introducing the most common type of journal decision|
|What does journal rejection mean?|
|Lesson 2 - Things to remember before responding to reviewers’ comments|
|How to get started|
|Quick tips before you start revising your paper|
|Lesson 3 - Dealing with different types of review comments and revision requests|
|Know what the journal editor expects from you|
|Requests for word reduction|
|Requests for additional data|
|Conflicting reviewer comments|
|Lesson 4 - Considering other aspects that matter|
|Look at the big picture when revising your paper|
|Tables, figures, and data|
|The need to prepare a well-written manuscript|
|Keywords are important|
|Focus on the impact of your work|
|References, co-author approval, and more|
|Lesson 5 - A deeper look at peer reviewer comments|
|Are reviewers always right?|
|Do you respect your peer reviewers?|
|It’s your decision to make|
|Lesson 6 - Tying up loose ends before you resubmit|
|The role of the corresponding author|
|Be your own reviewer|
|What to include in the resubmission cover letter|
|Lesson 7 - Concluding the course|
|Summarizing what we have learned so far|
|Time to look into the rearview mirror|
|Lesson 8 - Bonus tips, downloadable resources, videos, and more|
|Downloadable checklists and more resources|
|Video - How to respond to peer review comments|
|Video - What makes a great submission package?|
|Test your knowledge|
|The Premium course|