Reviewers serve the important function of sharing their expertise and knowledge of the profession, which consequently maintains the integrity of the journal and the field. When reviewing, you’ll be asked to think about your own professional and personal values, and about how and whether other professionals in the field–your colleagues–will have their needs met as teacher-scholars by each submission.
There are great benefits to becoming a reviewer. You can
1. establish your expertise in the field and expand your knowledge;
2. increase your exposure to key figures in the field;
3. stay up to date with the latest literature;
4. enhance your critical thinking skills essential to research.
If you’d like to become a reviewer, please complete this reviewer profile form and return it to the Editor, Adam Sprague, at firstname.lastname@example.org.