Role of Reviewer, Editorial Board Member and International Editorial Consultant

International Journal of Education Through Art

Roles and Responsibilities

 

 

REVIEWER

Appointed by: Editorial Executive

Application process: CV and covering letter to editor

Probationary period: 6 months [or two reviews]

Appointment period: Normally three years

 

Eligibility

  • Application is open to fully paid up members of the Society
  • Expertise in art education practice and /or research
  • Experience of peer review welcome, but not essential

 

Reviewers are expected to:

  • Familiarise themselves with the OJS submission and review system
  • Promote the journal within professional networks
  • Review between two and four articles in any calendar year
  • Respond promptly to requests for reviews [within five days]
  • Complete and return reviews promptly [within four weeks]
  • Respect confidentiality at all times
  • Declare any conflict of interest [reviews are carried out 'blind' but ocassionally reviewers identify authors or research projects. If this happens, reviewers are asked to contact the editor and the review will be re-assigned.
  • Notify the editor of any change of email address
  • Notify the editor if, for any reason, it is not possible to carry out reviewing duties
  • Notify the editor if they are the author, or co-author, of an article submitted for consideration

NOTE: Reviewers who fail to complete these duties will be removed from the list of reviewers

 

Benefits:  Successful applicants can add their role as a reviewer for the International Journal for Education through Art to their CV

 

EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBER

Appointed by: Editorial Executive

Application process: Members are drawn from the pool of reviewers.

CV and covering letter to editor.

Appointment period: Normally three years

 

Eligibility

[In addition to the requirements for reviewers]

  • An exemplary record as a reviewer, for example a minimum of one year successful reviewing.

 

Editorial Board members are expected to:

[In addition to the requirements for reviewers]

  • Contribute to policy and strategy in collaboration with the Editorial Executive
  • Act as third reviewers when articles go to a second round of reviews
  • Advise and encourage new authors and those for whom English is not the first language
  • Notify the editor if they are the author, or co-author, of an article submitted for consideration

 

NOTE: Board members who fail to complete these duties will be removed from the published list of Board members

 

Benefits:  Successful applicants can add their role as an Editorial Board Member for the International Journal for Education through Art to their CV

 

 

INTERNATIONAL EDITORIAL CONSULTANT

Appointed by: Editorial Executive / InSEA World Council

Application process: Members are drawn from the world of art education

CV and covering letter to editor - recommendation from InSEA or Editorial Executive

Appointment period: Normally three years

 

Eligibility

These appointments are made on the basis of the individual's reputation on the field of academic publishing in art education. 

 

International Consultants expected to:

  • Actively promote the Journal and seek new, high level, contributions.
  • Contribute to policy and strategy in collaboration with the Editorial Executive
  • Act as third reviewers when articles go to a second round of reviews
  • Advise and take part in strategic reviews of the Journal, for example every two years.
  • Notify the editor of any change of email address

 

 

NOTE: Consultants who fail to complete these duties will be removed from the published list

 

Benefits:  Successful applicants can add their role as an International Editorial Consultant for the International Journal for Education through Art to their CV.

 

 

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