peerview 2


  • Use MS Word to provide input into the paper you receive through email from me.
  • Make sure Track Changes is on to make it easy for your peer to see your input.
  • Anonymize your comments

 What to look for when providing a peer review?

  1. Does the draft have a Title, an Abstract, an Introduction, a Literature Review, a Methodology,  a Theoretical Framework, and References?
  2. Does the introduction expand the abstract? (Detailing the research question, why the topic is important, the contribution of the paper to the body of knowledge, and the method to be used.)
  3. Is the literature review supported by adequate quotes from the literature?
  4. Spelling/grammar and choice of words/expressions.
  5. Consistent formatting.