Resource peer reviewers needed

Resource peer reviewers needed

Posted by Nic Bygrave on Jan 19, 2015 1:24 pm

At the Royal Society of Chemistry we are looking to increase the support we offer to those working and learning in higher education, specifically the resources that we provide through our Learn Chemistry for higher education site. A key part of this will be making more resources available for both students and educators, and allowing the community to share best practice.

Before any resource becomes available it has to be externally evaluated, and we are currently looking for university chemistry teachers to peer review new resources. This involves giving an opinion on whether it is suitable, and shouldn’t take more than a few hours every four months.

As a reviewer you would be publically recognised for your contributions. We are also looking for ways to promote our reviewers input and would welcome suggestions.


For more information on becoming an education resource reviewer please contact learn-chemistry@rsc.org
For more information on becoming a peer reviewer for RSC journals please contact RSC1@rsc.org

 

Re: Resource peer reviewers needed

Posted by Kishna Ram Senwar on Jan 24, 2015 6:59 am

Dear Nicola Bygrave,
As you have mentioned about the peer reviewers. I am the PhD scholar in final year, and I am much interested in reviewing the journal atricles. In this regard, I have one query, that how to become a reviewers for RSC journals. Moreover can a Final year PhD students become reviewers or not?

Re: Resource peer reviewers needed

Posted by Nic Bygrave on Jan 27, 2015 10:48 am

Dear Kishna,
Thank you for your enquiry. For more information on becoming a peer reviewer please contact my colleague Rachel Purser Lowman purserlowmanr@rsc.org who will be able to help you further.
Best wishes
Nicola

Re: Resource peer reviewers needed

Posted by Kishna Ram Senwar on Jan 31, 2015 2:01 pm

Thank you dear Nicola Bygrave for your reply.

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