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    Peer Review Reflection

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    I never really had a good experience with peer-review back in high-school. It was mostly used as a time to mess around with classmates and do other stuff besides working on our papers. Needless to say, I wasn’t really looking forward to it. Once we actually got around to peer-reviewing I found it surprisingly helpful. I was able to get a lot of useful information from my partners on how I should improve my paper before turning it. They helped correct my grammar, structure, and help me brainstorm of other things that I should include in my paper. After, I was able to help them with their paper in the same way they did with mine. This wouldn’t of been possible without them, and I am glad that they did such a great job of being on time with sending and reviewing each others…

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    Academic Peer Review Paper

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    The Obidzinski et al. reading is an academic peer reviewed paper and the general purpose behind this sort of paper is to inform the scientific community who are also experts in this field about the information and findings of this topic, in a process that allows for analysis of the subject matter’s legitimacy. The topic presented in the Obidzinski et al. article discusses the effects of growing only palm oil in Indonesia in terms of environment and socioeconomic impacts. Dr. Roth assigned this…

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    The age-old question: How many peer reviewed articles do I need to publish in order to make tenure? The answer is five. You need to publish five articles in order to make tenure. Just kidding! If only things were that simple. Just as PhD students often ask, “How long do you think my dissertation should be?” or “Do you think I have enough articles in my lit review?”, those in the tenure track often seek confirmation of that elusive number -- the quantity of journal articles needed to…

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    Peer-review processes The international health journals are known for publishing articles that have been peer-reviewed. (Oxford journals, 2015d). This tells quietly clearly that the article was peer-reviewed. If it had not been peer-reviewed, it may not have been published. Also, information on the article given shows that it was first received on 20th March 2014, revised on 4th July 2014, accepted on 11th July 2014 and published on 24th September 2014. This whole process tells that the…

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    Incident-Based Nursing Peer Review Process Incident based peer review take place when a nurse’s action or practice is questionable or a hospital receives a complaint regarding a nurse’s conduct. Therefore, the purpose of the incident based peer review is to determine if a nurse’s action or practice was a minor incident that can be remediated or if the nurse’s continued practice represents “risk of harm” to a patient or other person; In the event that the nurse’s practice is determined to be…

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    Success in English 114 College students stress when a new semester starts, this can be a bit overwhelming and rocky for a few weeks until the students become adjusted to the work load. English 114 is a technical writing class that prepares a student for professional communication. The key components for being a successful student in English 114 are to follow the schedule provided and being prompt with turning in assignments, review the information provided by the instructor for guidance on the…

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    One of the first concepts I gained from this class was the idea of the rhetorical triangle. The rhetorical triangle consists of three points, much like the geometric triangle. The points of the triangle include audience, speaker, and text which were surrounded by the hypothetical circle of context. In high school we just barely scraped the surface of each of these topics but in English 101 we actually learned how to find each of these in text and how to effectively compose about them. In the…

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    Student Feedback Analysis

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    The routine use of students’ feedback to teachers contributes to recognizing and meeting various needs of students in class. After collecting different students’ feedback, the teachers are supposed to accommodate diversity in learning strategies and to work on the problems in their teaching approaches. Alongside student feedback is academic peer review that is adopted at many Australian Universities. One project supported by the Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) indicates “peer…

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    I do believe that I should have been in the 112 section instead of 111, but I did not feel like taking the placement test. However, I am very glad I was in the 111 section, because it was a great experience. Through peer revision workshops, pre-paper planning, and the quality and enjoyment of the class, I feel like my writing has improved. While I know there is still room for improvement, I really feel like I grew as a writer. I really enjoyed my semester in First Year Seminar: Sex, Love, and…

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    in my process of composing an essay to be able to revise the essay effectively before the deadline.The class was also required to create a schedule which outlined the various steps in the writing process. This schedule helped me to complete the essay with sufficient time to revise and peer edit and decreased the stress of being able to finish the essay on the deadline. Throughout English 101, I have learned various things that have increased my overall writing ability throughout the winter…

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