Professional Advancement for Service-Learning Scholars...
The professional advancement of university faculty members depends in large part on a record of publications reflecting research productivity. Junior faculty members or early-career academic researchers sometimes experience challenge and frustration in getting published in peer-reviewed journals. Employing document analysis, the research from which this paper is derived was essentially a review of pertinent journals – particularly the manuscript submission guidelines and peer-review criteria found in those journals. This paper draws attention to factors contributing to favorable peer reviews and offers 10 specific suggestions on how to get published in peer- reviewed journals.
Keywords: IJRSLCE, peer review, productivity, scholarship, service-learning, APRCSL
By: Glenn A. BOWEN
Source:7th Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Service-Learning, Singapore, June 2019