Reviewer Resources

Thank you for your interest in signing up to be a reviewer. We would like to thank those of you who have reviewed in the past and welcome those of you who are new to reviewing. We recommend going through the Reviewer GuidelinesĀ¹ and Reviewer Resources. We encourage you to take the guidelines to heart as the quality of the Annual Meeting Program is based upon the reviews you provide for the Division and Interest Group Program Chairs and the Teaching and Learning Conference. Thank you in advance for the service you are willing to offer as a reviewer.

Requests for reviewers for the 81st Annual Meeting in Philadelphia will open in January 2021.

To assist you with this effort, please see below a series of articles that will get you ready for any review assignments that you may receive. If you are a first-time reviewer, you will have to confirm that you have read these articles in order to access your review assignments. Links to PDFs are below.

Becoming a Reviewer (in Rhythms of Academic Life; Frost and Taylor, Eds.) (Romanelli, 1996)

Reviewing Empirically Based Manuscripts: Perspectives in Process (Schwab, 1985)

The Act of Reviewing and Being a Reviewer (Leblebici, 1996)