Online Short Course and Training (2 ECTS)
Reviewing is extremely important for advancing research.
A good reviewer could provide you with very innovative insights, refining your theory/conceptual section, making your methodology more rigorous, improving discussion to advance theory and practice, thus developing a manuscript towards an outstanding paper.
However, performing and writing a good review is not an easy task: it requires a good theoretical background, a deep knowledge about methods, and good analytical (and communication) capabilities.
The series of seminars composing this School are aimed at providing a first overview about “how to review” papers, via distinguishing between qualitative and quantitative ones. Finally, it aims at “replying to reviewers” and be ready for your journey into the academic world.