Peer Review Week Special: Challenges in Maintaining the Quality of Peer Review

Peer Review Week 2019 is finally here! As part of our PRW 2019 special and keeping in mind the theme for the event, we are glad to present to you our podcast on ‘Challenges in Maintaining the Quality of Peer Review’.

Our speaker for this podcast is Dr. Jan Mathys de Beer, a published author and peer-reviewer for several journals in the field of humanities and social sciences. In this podcast, he will share his opinion about the peer review process as a whole and associated challenges.

Here, you will learn about:
• Significance of the quality of the peer review process
• Important questions to ask about peer review
• What is expected of a good peer reviewer
• How to Determine a Good Peer Review Process?

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You can also read detailed articles on avoiding journal rejection here.

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Jan Mathys de Beer (Ph.D. University of Pretoria) is assistant professor and research coordinator at Woosong Language Institute, Woosong University. He is involved in research, writing, and publishing in the Humanities and Social Studies. He has published multiple books and academic articles in his field and he assists students and colleagues with author services. His current projects include research in English education and the ethics of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.


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