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Prearrangement for Reviewers
Reviewers play a central role in publishing. Everant trusts on the peer review process to uphold the quality and validity of single articles and the journals that publish them. We’re always working to improve and modernize the peer review process.
We know how difficult it can be to find and keep reviewers, and encourage them to meet deadlines. Everant Publishers can help reviewers by giving them the guidance, information and support they need to carry out the best review possible. With detailed reviewer guidelines, and information on ethics and policies.
Operating with reviewers
Reviewers are often in little source. To make sure you work well with your reviewers, and get the best reviews possible, there are some simple things you can do.
Finding new reviewers and keeping good ones can be challenging; here are some of the ways
Identify potential reviewers :You can see their published work, citation histories and who their co-authors were.
Create a reviewer classifications list for your journal, so you can match manuscripts to the right reviewer according to their area of expertise.
Build a database of relevant reviewers
Try to select reviewers who are doing research in a related area – they are more likely to find the paper relevant and interesting, and therefore respond promptly. They will also be able to spot missing references and other shortcomings.
Make use of editorial board members for reviewing, and consider rotating off board members who do not review regularly.
Check the journal’s recent authors – the best reviewers are often early career researchers who have recently published in the journal.
Before you accept or decline, consider the following questions:
Your review will help the editor decide whether or not to publish the article. Giving your overall opinion and general observations of the article is essential. Your comments should be courteous and constructive, and should not include any personal remarks or personal details including your name.
Providing insight into any deficiencies is important. You should explain and support your judgements so that both editors and authors are able to fully understand the reasoning behind your comments. You should indicate whether your comments are your own opinion or are reflected by the data.
When you make a recommendation, it is worth considering the categories the editor most likely uses for classifying the article:
Give specific comments and suggestions, including about layout and format, Title, Abstract, Introduction, Graphical Abstracts and/or Highlights, Method, statistical errors, Results, Conclusion/Discussion, language and References.
Do you want to be a reviewer?
Reviewing requires the investment of time and a certain skillset. Before you decide if you want to become a reviewer, we recommend that you read more about the peer review process and conducting a review.
However, if you think you would be a good reviewer for a particular journal you can always contact one of the journal's editors.
Reviewers are important to us; IJSRM Publishers engage reviewers and reward them for the work they do.
All reviewers are entitled to:
Impact Factor Year 2015: 1.94
Note: Current Value is predicted by using IJSRM Citation Report Manager + Google Scholar Citation report
Impact Factor is calculated by ISI (Thomson Reuters), current value is calculated by reports of various online resource like Google Scholar, IJSRM Citation Report Manager etc, so actual value may vary.