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Hoffman, August John – Research Ethics, 2022
The purpose of the traditional peer review process (TPR) is to provide a more constructive and scientifically rigorous critical review of scholarly research that builds scientific rigor and validity within diverse academic disciplines. Peer review has received criticism as the demand for publications in a variety of competitive journals has…
Descriptors: Peer Evaluation, Communication (Thought Transfer), Scholarship, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Cochrane, Emma; Miltenberger, Raymond; Concepcion, Anthony – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2022
This study evaluated the effectiveness of behavioral skills training (BST) to teach peer-trainers to implement video feedback (Study 1) and evaluated the effectiveness of peer-implemented video feedback to increase proper deadlifting form across 3 participants (Study 2). A nonconcurrent, multiple baseline design across participants was employed to…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Peer Evaluation, Video Technology, Skill Development
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Carless, David – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2022
For feedback processes to be effective, they need to involve students actively in generating, processing and responding to feedback information. Teacher transmission approaches are unlikely to provide a good investment of time and resources because they fail to draw sufficiently on student agency. In this conceptual article, it is argued that…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Teacher Role, Student Role, Learning Activities
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Olitsky, Stacy – Science Education, 2022
In this essay, I explore some of the insights provided in a set of three manuscripts that focus on centering equity in peer review, authored by Bancroft, Ryoo and Miles, Nkrumah and Mutegi, and Marshall and Salter. I consider various aspects of their arguments, highlighting implications for the procedures and norms of journals and funding…
Descriptors: Peer Evaluation, Social Justice, Science Education, Merit Rating
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Nkrumah, Tara; Mutegi, Jomo W. – Science Education, 2022
Across a broad range of disciplines, research has found that inequity is systemic in the journal review process. Collectively, however, this study does not specifically examine racial inequity. Moreover, literature on the peer review process in science education, in particular, does not foreground equity as a subject of study. The present study…
Descriptors: Racism, Science Education, Educational Research, Peer Evaluation
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Karahanoglu, Armagan – International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 2022
Experience design is a growing field that attracts many designers' attention. One of the challenges of experience design is to be emphatic with the users and be critical about evaluating the results of the design process. This challenge requires several skills and knowledge, which the designers could gain during their higher education. While…
Descriptors: Peer Evaluation, Usability, Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students
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Bedessem, Baptiste – Research Evaluation, 2020
The way research is, and should be, funded by the public sphere is the subject of renewed interest for sociology, economics, management sciences, and more recently, for the philosophy of science. In this contribution, I propose a qualitative, epistemological criticism of the funding by lottery model, which is advocated by a growing number of…
Descriptors: Financial Support, Peer Evaluation, Epistemology, Scientific Research
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Armengol-Asparó, Carme; Mercader, Cristina; Ion, Georgeta – Higher Education Research and Development, 2022
Peer feedback benefits students' learning at the university level. However, how it makes an impact on students' learning and which defining factors in its design wield more significant influence are aspects that continue to require further analysis. This study is dedicated precisely to analyse how different feedback conditions impact students'…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Peer Evaluation, College Students, Student Attitudes
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Darvishi, Ali; Khosravi, Hassan; Sadiq, Shazia; Gaševic, Dragan – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2022
Peer assessment has been recognised as a sustainable and scalable assessment method that promotes higher-order learning and provides students with fast and detailed feedback on their work. Despite these benefits, some common concerns and criticisms are associated with the use of peer assessments (eg, scarcity of high-quality feedback from peer…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Learning Analytics, Peer Evaluation, Student Evaluation
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Morales-Trujillo, Miguel Ehecatl; Galster, Matthias; Gilson, Fabian; Mathews, Moffat – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2022
Background: Peer evaluation in software engineering (SE) project courses enhances the learning experience of students. It also helps instructors monitor and assess both teams and individual students. Peer evaluations might influence the way individual students and teams work; therefore, the quality of the peer evaluations should be tracked through…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Computer Software, Programming, Peer Evaluation
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Ginsberg, Sarah M.; Visconti, Colleen F. – Teaching and Learning in Communication Sciences & Disorders, 2022
Journal manuscripts are peer reviewed with the hopes that the peer review will facilitate an editor's decision regarding the disposition of the article and that the feedback will be helpful to the authors in improving their manuscript. However peer reviews may not achieve these goals if they lack sufficient analysis and feedback. This article…
Descriptors: Journal Articles, Peer Evaluation, Periodicals, Feedback (Response)
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Kasch, Julia; Van Rosmalen, Peter; Henderikx, Maartje; Kalz, Marco – Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 2022
This study reports on the quantitative findings of an exploratory sequential mixed methods study in which the underlying factor structure of students' peer-feedback orientation (i.e. openness to provide and receive peer-feedback) was investigated. Building on the qualitative findings of a previous study in which the 'peer-feedback orientation'…
Descriptors: Factor Structure, Peer Evaluation, Feedback (Response), Attitude Measures
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Schut, Alice; van Mechelen, Maarten; Klapwijk, Remke M.; Gielen, Mathieu; de Vries, Marc J. – International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 2022
Design feedback is an essential pedagogical tool that can help young novice designers navigate divergent and convergent paths while designing. However, design feedback is often met with resistance, which counteracts its potential to help novice designers evaluate their design and generate new solution directions. In this paper, we report on the…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Creative Thinking, Design, Peer Evaluation
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Derrick, Gemma E.; Bayley, Julie – Research Evaluation, 2022
This article assesses the risk of two COVID-19-related changes necessary for the expert review of the REF2021's Impact criterion: the move from face to face (F2F) to virtual deliberation; and the changing research landscape caused by the COVID-19 crisis requiring an extension of deadlines, and accommodation of COVID-19-related mitigation. Peer…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Risk, Risk Assessment
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Garcia, J. A.; Rodriguez-Sanchez, Rosa; Fdez-Valdivia, J. – Research Evaluation, 2022
Reviewers are humans and might be affected by cognitive biases when information overload comes into play. In fact, no amount of scientific training will completely mask the human impulses to partisanship. And the consequence is that authors may receive incorrect editorial decisions in their submissions to peer-reviewed journals. For instance, the…
Descriptors: Deception, Specialization, Efficiency, Peer Evaluation
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