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Title

Peer Reviewing in Natural- and Life Sciences: From Submission to Retraction

Dates

11 & 18 June 2021

Organizer(s)

Debora Zoia, CUSO MPS coordinator, University of Lausanne

Speakers

Markus Geisler, Dr., Lecturer, University of Fribourg

Description

The ability to review research articles should be a core skill of every research scientist. With the growing number of manuscripts being submitted to scientific journals, editors are increasingly reliant on independent experts who can deliver fair and high-quality reviews in a timely fashion. In this intensive two days' workshop, PhD Students will be given a detailed insight into the scholar peer-reviewing process. Participants will learn how the peer-review process works, from submission to publication (and retraction). Practical issues (like benefits, requirements and time lines) are discussed. Moreover, recent problems and developments in peer reviewing are highlighted.

 

Objectives:
Participants will learn...


- How the (Scholary) Peer-Review process works: from submission to publication (and retraction)
- Details about Theory, definitions, history, problems
- Review styles: pre-publication review vs. post-publication review
- Recent developments in (Scholary) Peer Review: improvement and criticism
- How to become/recruit a reviewer?
- What editors expect from a reviewer: criteria against which scientific articles should be evaluated
- The requirement for objective, constructive and balanced comments that will assist both the editor and the author(s)
- The amount of time necessary for reviewing/editing a paper
- About Benefits
- About Integrity of a review
- About Reasons for rejections, experience from rejections
- About Retractions

Program

The program will follow.

Location

ONLINE !

Information
Registration

All places are already taken!

Places

20

Deadline for registration
Contact

plants@cuso.ch

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