Spanish and Portuguese Review - Author Feedback
Thank you for providing us the opportunity to read your manuscript, work with you during the rigorous revising process, and proudly publish your piece in our annual graduate student journal.
If you have previously published with SPR, we would love to hear your feedback on what your experience was like working with our editing and peer reviewing team at SPR.
Would you please take 10 minutes to fill out this questionnaire and share your thoughts with us? Please think about your experience from the time of initial contact, through the editing phase, to publishing.
We would like to be able to share your review of SPR and our processes with future graduate students as they embark on the journey of academic publishing. Your testimonials may be shared in marketing collateral online, on social media, our website, and in emails. You may choose to have your testimonials shared anonymously.
Thank you for taking the time. Your dedication to quality research and journalism, and contributing to the scholarship of Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian languages and cultures is the reason we are here for you and our graduate student community.
Please reach out if you have any questions
The Spanish and Portuguese Review team
How did you hear about Spanish and Portuguese Review?
Referral - friend
Referral - colleague
Referral - mentor/faculty member
Referral - AATSP team member
Through AATSP (i.e. website, social media, e-newsletter, etc.)
Online search (i.e. “graduate student publications”)
Social Media (i.e. Facebook recommended you to like a page, you saw a share, etc.)
Considering the process as a whole, from initial submission, to receiving peer feedback, revising your manuscript, resubmitting, to publishing, how would you rate the entire process? Use the following scale to indicate your experience, 1 as Very Poor and 5 Very Positive.
What part of the submission process did you find to be most helpful?
Would you recommend/refer publishing with SPR to fellow graduate students?
What is the main reason you would or would not recommend that other graduate students submit manuscripts to SPR?
What stood out to you about working with SPR during the submission, revision, and publication process? (e.g. What were you most grateful for about the process / what was your biggest takeaway about the process)
Did you experience any problems or issues during the publishing process? These will not be shared publicly as a testimonial, but rather used internally to improve processes.)
If you selected Yes above, please share your reasons or examples below.
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