Peer Review Processs
Peer review process aims at evaluating the quality, validity, and relevance of scholarly research. The process objective is to provide authors with helpful feedback from relevant experts that can help improve their work, thus ensuring it obtains the highest standard possible. Authors expect reviews to contain an honest and constructive appraisal, which is completed in a timely manner and provides feedback that is both clear and concise. The journal operates on a double blinded peer review process which means the identity of the authors is concealed from the reviewers and vice versa.
Purpose of Peer Reviewing
- To help authors improve their manuscripts, applying your professional expertise to help others.
- To assist in maintaining a good, thorough peer-review process that results in the publication of good quality papers.
- To make the author aware of any comparison or clarification of an approach.