[Humanist] 24.182 cfp: redesigning peer-review

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 24, No. 182.
         Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Fri, 9 Jul 2010 17:35:03 -0400
        From: "Schlitz, Stephanie" <sschlitz at bloomu.edu>
        Subject: CFP: Redesigning Peer Review Interactions Using Computer Tools


Greetings -- 

The following CFP "Redesigning Peer Review Interactions Using Computer Tools" is of potential interest to the DH community. For details see: http://www.jowr.org/special.html and below.

Best wishes,
stephanie schlitz

Call for Special Issue on
Redesigning Peer Review Interactions Using Computer Tools

Peer review has long been a component of writing education, although often informally implemented in classrooms with mixed results. More recently, web technologies have enabled more regular use of formal peer review methods in a broad cross-section of classes across many disciplines. This transition enables computers to play new roles in writing, now supporting the peer review process rather than just the writing process. With new computer tools, for example, the following elements can be changed: how reviewers are matched with authors, how reviewers interact with each other, how reviewers interact with authors, how instructors interact with reviews, how instructors interact with other instructors about writing assignments, and how authors provide feedback on the reviews.

Submissions are to be made through the online system for the Journal. Include "Special Issue-Peer Review" at the front of the paper title.

Initial submissions: October 1, 2010
Review completed by: December 1, 2010
Revisions by: February 1, 2010

Guest Editors: Christian Schunn (schunn at pitt.edu)| Kevin Ashley (ashley at pitt.edu)| Ilya Goldin (goldin at pitt.edu) University of Pittsburgh





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