Pre-publication peer review is an integral part of the modern scientific process. If your experience is limited or you need a refresher, take note of these 10 steps to successfully reviewing a manuscript.
We asked Steven Kettell, Co-Executive Editor of British Politics questions related to peer review. Read on for an insider look at the peer review process. How would you define a good peer reviewer?A good reviewer is someone who is on time, honest and clear. A bad reviewer (if they ever both to send in their comments) will meander [...]
It's important to remember that peer review is not only a vital part of the publishing process for journals, but for books as well. Our Palgrave Macmillan titles go through a rigorous review process. We asked Shaun Vigil, Editor of Film, Cultural, and Media Studies in Palgrave Macmillan’s New York office to shine light on what the peer [...]
Steven Inchcoombe, Chief Publishing Officer of Springer Nature shares the ongoing activities Springer Nature is undertaking across our publishers to reward peer reviewers.
We're kicking off Peer Review Week 2016 with a look at what our journals have to say about the topic. Read articles for free.
September is here, and with it brings the 2nd annual Peer Review Week set to kick-off on September 19th.
Peer Reviewers help safeguard the quality of work being published in a journal. When you take the time to review, you are helping to uphold a journal’s academic credibility. But reviewing generally happens anonymously, making it hard for experts to prove how much they do, or which journals rely on their reviewing expertise.
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Springer authors now receive 40% book discount
Late last year, Springer organized an internal virtual team spanning different continents dedicated to building reviewer resources, recognition and rewards (what we took to calling the “three R’s of reviewer needs”) in November of 2014.