STEMskiller: Skill Set Map for Mentors of Early Career Researchers
Scientific communications often take place through articles and presentations, but reviews (e.g., systematic reviews) constitute another form of academic output. Additionally, writing constructive peer reviews is a skill many early career researchers have not developed. Tools and resources for writing effective reviews of all kinds below.
Useful resources on Review articles:
American Chemical Society. (2019). The peer review process. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWzKI4WhSPQ
Wallace, J. (2010). How to be a good peer reviewer. The Scholarly Kitchen.
Perspectives on writing a peer review from a seasoned reviewer, with additional tips in the comments to the article.
PhD On Track. (n.d.). Types of reviews.
Descriptions of narrative and systematic reviews, types of literature reviews.
Tags: IPS IA; IPS CritT; IPS WC; IPS R; IPS QL; IPS IL; PSR ER; CompS
Peer Review: None
Table of contents:
- 1.2. Academic reading and writing
- 1.2.1. Preparing to write
- 1.2.2. Writing specifics for different academic formats
1.2.4. Corresponding with others
Author: Stephanie Krueger
Peer Reviewer(s): None
Last Updated: October 22, 2021