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Conducting peer reviews There are 1 replies:
Conducting peer reviews Original post: Sun 10/30/2016 at 9:13 PM

This article states very good points about how you need to know a few things before revising a paper, you must know what the writer is intending to do in the paper and the audience that they are writing it for, what the writer wants from a reader at this stage, and to read the entire draft before commenting on it. A lot of the time people just want to start editing ones paper without knowing these points and these points are very valuable information to know. I also agree that you should not argue with the author this is their paper not yours it is your job to help them better their paper not tell them something in it is wrong. 

Re: Conducting peer reviews Posted: Sun 10/30/2016 at 10:24 PM, in reply to Samantha M. White

I agree that this article lists really good points on what to look for during a peer review.  It is important to read the entire draft and determine the purpose of paper while doing so.  Instead of telling the writer what is wrong with their paper, you must tell them how to improve their paper to express their ideas more effectively in a positive way.