Peer review

 
 
 

Editorial Negotiations

23 November 2014
An EE user once described her task that day as: "Editing my editor's edit. I'm sure it has a name, but I don't know what it is." "Editorial negotiations" is a good way to describe it. As researchers and writers, we write what we intend. We think it's clear. The editor disagrees and attempts a rewrite--and we're aghast ...

Peer Review Doesn't Have to Make Us Cringe

19 June 2014
Peer-review is not just a mark of excellence, it's a pathway to excellence. It's also a path with dual lanes. As researchers, we need peer review to help us identify our blind spots, remove our warts, and sharpen our ideas. As we gain expertise, we’ll also be called upon to give that peer-review to others. Are we ...