Peer review and you: Managing the process

How to select reviewers for your research papers: Ensure that your articles have the best chance of acceptance. Anyone submitting a research article… Read more >>

Peer review as a transferable skill

Peer review is a valuable skill and an essential component of academic writing and research. What many researchers, especially young researchers… Read more >>

About F3-index and RCI

F3-index is the result of comparing the performance of peer reviewers assigned to the same manuscript, given that any submission is different from another in… Read more >>

What is peer review? The basics

Peer-review is not without flaws and has attracted many criticisms over the time, as well as driving many trials to create an alternative validation process… Read more >>

Peer review and the publishing cycle

How submissions are handled varies greatly on the size of the journal and its publisher. Larger journals usually have the support of sophisticated… Read more >>

Innovative types of peer review

All forms of peer review have flaws and deficiencies, but a more suitably screening method for scientific papers has not yet been established… Read more >>

To review, or not to review: That is the question

How does the editor’s request to undertake peer review make you feel? Honored? Scared? Intimidated? Out of your depth? Don’t worry: All of these feelings… Read more >>

Mastering the Art and Science of Peer Review

Mastering the art of peer review is a valuable skill that contributes to the advancement of academic research and scholarly discourse… Read more >>

The Art of Peer Reviewer Selection

Know how journal editors select peer reviewers for submitted articles. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can effectively… Read more >>

Kinds of peer review journals use

There are several different types of peer review that journals use, each with its strengths and weaknesses. In this blog, we will explore some of… Read more >>

How to become a good reviewer

When you are invited to review a manuscript, editors count on your knowledge of a specific topic. The first point to consider is that you can provide… Read more >>