Authorship & Publication and Journal Peer Review are training programs produced by the QUT Library and the Office of Research Ethics and Integrity. You can view and download many of the course materials on this site.
- Authorship and Publication: handout (A3) | course notes (modified slides) | previous presentations by invited speakers | Collection of quick tips
- Peer Review: handout (A3) | course slides | presentations by invited speakers | Collection of quick tips
Agreeing authorship (CC BY NC)
A brief history of journal peer review (CC BY NC)
Conflicts of interest in research (CC BY NC)
Assorted writing tips (CC BY NC)
Peer review basics - responding to peer review (CC BY NC)
QUT Researchers offer writing tips
QUT Researchers discussing authorship
QUT Researchers discussing how to decide where to publish
QUT Researchers offering tips for submitting papers
QUT Researchers – What do you think of the peer review system?
QUT Researchers – Do you ever act as a peer reviewer? How often?
QUT Researchers – How did you start out in peer review?
QUT Researchers – Do you have any advice for early career researchers about conducting peer review?
QUT Researchers – Do you have any advice for early career researchers about responding to peer review?
Presentations by invited speakers
- Dr Kristiann Heesch's presentation about conducting peer review (May 17)
- Professor Adrian Barnett's presentation about responding to peer review (May 17)
- Professor Nick Graves' presentation about writing a manuscript and responding to peer review (May 16)
- Ellen Thompson's presentation about promoting your research (May 16)
- Jessica Steven's Tips for Publishing Agreements (April 16)