Ever wanted the opportunity to ask a journal editor’s advice on peer review? Wondered how they see the process, as the person overseeing decisions to accept, revise or reject papers?
As part of our Peer Review Week activities, a panel of journal editors joined us from Argentina, Puerto Rico and the UK, taking a rare opportunity to share peer review expertise across regions and disciplines.
With discussions including how to find peer reviewers, what researchers can gain from the process, and advice for responding to reviewer comments, Margaret, Juan and Catherine tackled many of the key questions we regularly get asked.
Also joining in the discussion were members of the Taylor & Francis team who manage the systems that facilitate peer review on our journals, offering valuable advice for first time reviewers.
Read the peer review discussion
Read all the tweets gathered into one storify, with peer review tips and insights whether you’re an author, reviewer or about to become either.
Our #tfPeerReview panel
Dr Meg Chisholm, Journal Editor of International Review of Psychiatry: @whole_patients and tweeting from Puerto Rico.
Juan Corley, Journal Editor of International Journal of Pest Management: @Editor_IJPM and tweeting from Argentina.
Catherine Harper, Journal Editor of TEXTILES: @ProfCathHarper and tweeting from the UK.
Gareth Meager, Editorial Systems Manager, Taylor & Francis
Lucy Francis, Editorial Office Team Leader, Taylor & Francis