Presenter(s): Alicja Syska, Andy Hagyard, Christina Howell-Richardson, Eleanor Loughlin, Cathy Malone, Craig Morley, Gita Sedghi, Christie Pritchard
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Reviewing for the Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education is a fantastic way to stay at the forefront of new research into learning development (LD) by keeping up-to-date with new work and ideas. Reviewing also allows you to help shape LD as a scholarly discipline in its own right. However, we know that reviewing papers for the first time (or even the twentieth time!) is complex and can often be quite daunting.
In this interactive session, we will work with attendees to make the processes involved in reviewing for the journal clear. We will shed light on what editors and reviewers expect and appreciate from reviewers and you will have the opportunity to examine and discuss examples of reviews and their contributions to the publication process.
If you have been considering reviewing for JLDHE, but have not yet made the plunge, this workshop will give you the advice and information you need to get started! And if you have some experience but would appreciate a refresher on peer reviewing or would be happy to share your insights with others, we’d love you to join too.