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Conducting Effective Peer Reviews

A guide for effectively participating in the peer review process.

University Resources

There are university resources available to help in the peer review process. As a reviewer, you can refer to these resources if classmates need additional help with mechanics and citation.

Academic Writer

The citation and formatting tutorials in Academic Writer can help anyone struggling with APA format. View the tutorial or use the following link to connect to the resource:


Grammarly

Students struggling with grammar would benefit from Grammarly. There is also a plagiarism checker for websites. View the tutorial or use the following link to connect to the resource:


NoodleTools

NoodleTools helps you organize research materials, take notes, create outlines, and generate citations. NoodleTools can be a great benefit to students having difficulty organizing their research or composing citations. View the tutorial or use the following link to connect to the resource:

The Mechanics of Peer Review

You can collaborate electronically in a variety of software platforms. If you're looking to be a reviewer or have your work reviewed electronically, these tutorials might help: