Peer Editing

 The Professor Is In Peer-Editing Collective

This is a voluntary collectivity of TPII readers who have committed to sharing peer-editing assistance using the principles on the TPII blog.  Payment of a nominal fee of $5.00 (which supports the Job Seeker Support Fund) gives you access to the list of available peer-editors, and a place where you can post your own requests for editing.  Dr. Karen doesn’t do any of the editing for the Collective, but she casts her positive energies and good will upon its endeavors.

 Membership fee:  $5.00

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Peer Editing — 12 Comments

  1. Can we get a few more details on what is involved? Must we commit to reading a certain number of writing samples of others in exchange for our work to be read?

  2. I joined the peer-editing page, but can’t seem to figure out where to leave submissions, or how to access it now that I’ve left the page. Can I get some info. ?
    Thanks

  3. I am currently on the job market not for adjunct or tenure-track positions, but for part-time lecturer positions, or academic advising positions, or positions in student affairs. I hold a Master of Arts in Archaeology & Medieval History. Some positions are seeking a resume, while others want a c.v. With my goals, is the peer editing service appropriate? I am extremely interested, since I am still looking for jobs in the higher education job market. However, I am unsure since I am not a Ph.D. OR an ABD OR even a current student of any kind! Any thoughts in the ‘yea’ or ‘nay’ category would be helpful.

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