Broadcast Date: Tuesday, October 5, 2021 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM Central
*Free Registration for all, Pre-registration
Peer-review of scientific research articles is the cornerstone of science. Participating as a reviewer is an important way to stay current in your research area and to pay back the scientific community. Unfortunately, many reviewers learn peer-review only through experiences with reviews of their own papers and are not formally trained to act as reviewers. This workshop, presented by editors-in-chief of the APS journals, will explain the reviewer's role and responsibilities in the peer-review process and share best practices to help reviewers (and authors) arrive at the best possible outcomes. This workshop will provide the knowledge to improve the peer-review experience both as a reviewer and as an author.
Alexander Karasev, University of Idaho (Plant Disease Editor-in-Chief)
Chandrasekar Kousik, USDA Agricultural Research Service (Plant Health Progress Editor-in-Chief)
Nian Wang, University of Florida (Phytopathology Editor-in-Chief)