Benefits for Peer Reviewers

Posted Tue, Jun, 24,2014

All submitted manuscripts to Libertas are subject to peer review by two to three peer reviewers per manuscript.  These reviews go toward the peer review report completed by the editor in chief or associate editor.

Because of our extensive peer review practice, and because of natural growth in the quantity of submissions received, we now seek new volunteer peer reviewers. 

Being a peer reviewer can also benefit the individuals who are involved:

  • Reviewers gain more recognition and exposure among other authors and contributors in their field

  • Reviewers make useful connections within the science community, helping to build reputations among other scientists

  • Our online platform and automated processes for handling manuscripts mean that less time is spent on processes that aren’t related to feedback and therefore peer review has become a more efficient experience

  • There are no limitations or expectations with the amount of papers reviewed. Invitations can be declined or accepted to fit in with reviewers’ schedules

  • Participating in peer reviews provides reviewers with insights on how to review papers and in turn can help in their own publishing experiences. Reviewers can learn how to understand what is expected from their own paper as well as how to respond to peer reviewer comments

We invite you to register as a volunteer peer reviewer. 

All applications are assessed by the editor in chief or associate editor of the journal, who may apply additional criteria at their discretion.

Apply to become a peer reviewer today!

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My experience with Libertas Academica was excellent. The review process was smooth and speedy. After publishing, I received a kind and favorable response from a reader. I have never experienced such a comment after my publications to orthodox journals.
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