Think-Write: Writing a Peer Review
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:
This course is open to all staff but priority will be given to staff covered by the Roberts' Agenda
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):
1) any instructions to peer reviewers
2) any instructions to authors
Roberts' transferable skills addressed:
Date, time and venue: 1 day workshop
Facilitator: Pete Moore gained his PhD at the University of Reading before working as a post-doc at UCL. For the past decade he has worked as a freelance science writer contributing to international media, as well as writing more than 10 books and numerous papers and articles. He has run over 100 training courses throughout northern Europe.
OSD Course Contact: Edward Baber
To view the other three workshops in the Think-Write series please click on the links below: