How To Handle & Respond To Peer Review Comments?
What will you learn?
- How to handle the peer review process with confidence
- Tips on tackling complex issues in the journal review
- Know how to deal with conflicting peer reviewer comments
- Organizing peer reviewer comments to respond effectively
Dealing with the peer review process and addressing reviewer comments can be a daunting task for researchers, as the journal will accept your paper only after you have addressed all peer review comments. These can range from minor language changes to extensive content revisions. This optimally paced micro-learning course, delivered straight to your email inbox, is designed to provide you with tried and tested guidelines to help you navigate through this stressful process and give you a better shot at acceptance.
What topics will you cover?
Lecture 1 : How to organize peer reviewer comments to respond effectively
Lecture 2: How to communicate your views to peer reviewers efficiently
Lecture 3: How to handle occasional complex situations smoothly
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Sneha’s interest in the communication of research led her to her current role of developing and designing content for researchers and authors. She publishes articles and creates educational content that provides researchers and authors insights into the latest developments and trends in the publishing industry. She is also passionate about teaching ESL and EFL teaching.