Publishing as pedagogy: Essays from the 2017 Curriculum Inquiry Writers’ Retreat

@article{Ramjewan2018PublishingAP,
  title={Publishing as pedagogy: Essays from the 2017 Curriculum Inquiry Writers’ Retreat},
  author={Neil T. Ramjewan and C. Guthrie and Rub{\'e}n A. Gaztambide-Fernandez},
  journal={Curriculum Inquiry},
  year={2018},
  volume={48},
  pages={261 - 272}
}
The editors of academic journals play a significant role in shaping a scholarly field by selecting what scholarship gets published and playing a role in how that work is shaped through the peer review process. Yet, the task of editing an academic journal is mostly a reactive task. Editors “react” to authors’ submissions, screening for relevance, quality, and scholarly significance and deciding when to send articles out for peer review. Editors then once again react to the reviews, evaluating… Expand
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