Peer Review Quick Guide, by Northern Illinois University.
- : Intent is to increase awareness of common mistakes and dilemmas that new peer reviewers may face when reviewing research proposals or scientific articles. Includes sample scenarios to identify common mistakes and to make decisions when faced with ethical challenges.
ORI: Introduction to the Responsible Conduct of Research – Chapter 10: Peer Review, by NH Steneck, PhD.
- : Reviews meeting deadlines, assessing quality, judging importance, and preserving confidentiality.
Responsible Conduct of Research: Responsible Authorship and Peer Review, by Columbia University.
- : Interactive, case-based approach that reviews: importance of responsible authorship; roles and responsibilities of authors, peer reviewers, and editors; dealing with controversies and conflicts; and identifying resources in publication and peer review.
Making the Right Moves: A Practical Guide to Scientific Management for Postdocs and New Faculty. Chapter 10: Getting Published and Increasing Your Visibility, by Burroughs Wellcome Fund and Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
- : Provides tips on planning for publication and some tricks of the trade for getting your work published.
National Institutes of Health (NIH) Online Ethics Course on the Responsible Conduct of Research – Peer Review Module, by NIH for its Intramural Research staff.
- : Covers the basic principles of good research ethics with scenarios, key points and concise summaries. The Peer Review Module covers - What are the essential components of peer review? What should be done to maintain the validity and confidentiality of the peer review process?