So you want to write an ANR Publication . . .
What type of material is NOT peer-reviewed?
For detailed information, see the web site ANR Peer Review and Publication Production. (Portal log-in required.)
The Communications Advisory Board has specified that one-time or limited-use materials such as newsletters and meeting handouts as well as public relations or promotional materials should not be ANR-peer reviewed. Additionally, textbooks intended for academic audiences, conference proceedings, and primary reports of research results generally are not considered appropriate as ANR publications, although the Board may grant exceptions.
February 18, 2011