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How to review a paper effectively

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How to review a paper effectively

  1. 1. How to review a paper effectively Graciela Gil-Romera @gilromera www.gilromera.com Dept. Geography and Environmental Sciences, Aberystwyth University (UK) Dept. of Palaeoenvironments and Global Change, IPE-CSIC (Spain) This presentation can be used and reproduced under CC By-SA license photo by Eli Francis via Unsplash (CC00)
  2. 2. Vincent’s company blog Buried treasure Exponential production still needs quality control
  3. 3. We are all needed
  4. 4. Part of our service to the community Own research Transference Service
  5. 5. The reviewing process in a nutshell
  6. 6. The critical position of the reviewer
  7. 7. https://bit.ly/2gPMwVE
  8. 8. EXPERTISE Monitoring Disturbance responsePalaeo-eco processes
  9. 9. Time
  10. 10. Is it my best friend? Is it my worst enemy? Is it my best friend?
  11. 11. Is it my worst enemy?
  12. 12. ❏ Do I have the expertise? ❏ Do I have the time? ❏ Do I have a conflict?
  13. 13. code of conduct
  14. 14. “Do not impose on others what you do not wish for yourself." 1785 Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals
  15. 15. “Treat others how you wish to be treated" 1785 Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals
  16. 16. digital or printing?
  17. 17. Pérez Sanz et al., 2013
  18. 18. PDF Word processor
  19. 19. Macro-remains Bulk sediment Charcoal Cs-Pb Pérez Sanz et al., 2013
  20. 20. Cs-Pb Bulk sediment Charcoal Alkane Bittneretal.(inprep.)
  21. 21. https://youtu.be/s3JldKoA0zw Reproducibility https://go.nature.com/2pAKKgp
  22. 22. Drafting the review
  23. 23. Reviewing mindfully
  24. 24. https://bit.ly/2pzgOkD
  25. 25. Bias awareness
  26. 26. Bias awareness Gender Geographical Seniority Confirmation
  27. 27. https://bit.ly/2LX5MmR
  28. 28. Recommendation
  29. 29. Recommendation
  30. 30. Recommendation
  31. 31. Notes for the editor
  32. 32. Notes for the editor Confidential comments to the editors should not be significantly different to the comments to the authors. The overall message of both should be the same.
  33. 33. Notes for the editor However, statements regarding whether or not an article should be published in the journal should only be made in the comments to the editor.
  34. 34. DISCLOSING IDENTITY
  35. 35. Double-blind Open Peer-reviewed
  36. 36. What happens after the decision?
  37. 37. Focusing on critical aspects
  38. 38. More resources 1. Brilliant guide by BES 2. Guide for the new reviewer 3. Other people ideas 4. Wiley’s guide

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