So you want to write an ANR Publication . . .
What do peer reviewers look for in an ANR manuscript?
For detailed information, see the web site ANR Peer Review and Publication Production. (Portal log-in required.)
The ANR peer review process is designed to ensure accuracy, peer acceptance, and usefulness of materials. Reviewers evaluate the technical accuracy of the material and comment on the need for the product by ANR clientele and the usefulness of the medium for the intended audience. The review process, which can take from 4 to 12 weeks, depending on the length of the material, is similar to those conducted by scientific journals. Anonymous reviews are supervised by an ANR Associate Editor with expertise in the subject matter area. The end result for authors is a peer-reviewed project that can be used as evidence of professional development in a merit and promotion package.
February 18, 2011