Participants: This course is open to all research staff.
The aim of this workshop is to inform participants of the procedures, methods and constraints of writing a peer review. By taking part in this course researchers will discover new ways in which to structure and write a review.
Anticipated learning outcomes:
By the end of this session, you will have a fuller understanding of:
- the communication process involved in publishing academic papers
- the various roles that peer reviewers can be expected to fulfil
- the editors needs and constraints, and how this can influence a reviewer's task
- your ability to produce a worthwhile review
Participants should bring copies of three or four papers that have been published in a journal for which they think they could be asked to write a peer review. Please make sure that you have recently read at least one of these papers.
Please look on that journal's website and bring along (printed or on screen):
- any instructions to peer reviewers
- any instructions to authors
Related resources: Desktop Learning
Facilitator: Pete Moore ; ThinkWrite About the facilitator...
Date, time and venue: Half day workshop
|03 June 2015||0930 - 1230||tba|
- Free for all staff on the UCL payroll
- £160 for UCL Affiliated / Higher Education Institutions / Charities
- £400 for External Applicants
How to book: Booking Form
OD Course Contact: Natalia Mazzini-cea
To view the other four workshops in the ThinkWrite series please click on the links below: