25 April 2011

A new refereeing format for peer-reviewed journals

Peer review currently consists of writing, and reading, lengthy critiques and recommendations and completed forms. Other refereed activities have developed a much faster, more concise method of communication that journals would do well to consider adopting. (Click to enlarge.)

Inspired by philosophy referee hand signals.


fraz said...

How many challenges do I get?

Anonymous said...

This is very funny!