Blind peer review is an important process in the publication of a scholarly journal. We would like to hear from colleagues who are interested in contributing to the Journal in this vital way.
How Peer Review Works
When a manuscript is submitted that falls within your interests and expertise, you will be contacted and invited to serve as a peer reviewer. Peer review is an anonymous, double-blind process, and your frank professional assessment of the manuscript is expected. You will be given several weeks to read and comment on the manuscript, and then your comments and suggestions for revision will be sent to the author. While authors do not always incorporate every suggestion into their revisions, it is clear that the process of review results in significantly stronger published results.
Timetable for Peer Review
Authors submit manuscripts all the time. Immediately the manuscripts are sent to peer reviewers. Typically peer review should be completed in 2 weeks so that authors have time to make thoughtful revisions based on the peer review process.
How to Become a Peer Reviewer
If you are interested in serving as a peer reviewer for SUVGA SSIA, please email Brad Mihai Larian, the executive editor, with the following information:
We will keep your information in our files so that when a manuscript is submitted that would be a good match for you, we can contact you easily.