What Makes a Good Peer Reviewer?

September 21, 2016 Verity Warne

 

Peer reviewers provide crucial feedback to authors, helping them to improve the communication of their research. What skills and qualities do reviewers need in order to assess the validity and quality of the science while helping authors to improve their work?

Discover what reviewers themselves have to say about what it takes to deliver a great review, then join the conversation on Twitter with #PeerRevWk16 and #RecognizeReview.

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Verity Warne

Author Marketing, Wiley // I am responsible for helping to market and develop products and services that will help improve authors' peer review experiences.

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