We (Pamela, Tom, and Jenn) wanted to give you our insiders’ experiences of the manuscript submission and reviewing process at The Qualitative Report (TQR). Respectively, we are a researcher-author, an instructor-reviewer, and a student-reviewer who were involved in the reviewing process that resulted in the publication of Pamela’s TQR article: On Doctoral Student Development: Exploring Faculty Mentoring in the Shaping of African American Doctoral Student Success (Felder, in press). In this brief article, we will adopt a somewhat conversational approach to relating our individual and collective experiences. How we came to work together, what that work entailed, and our experiences of that collaborative work will be our focus. In short, we offer our insiders’ sense of (and reflections on) what happens to a manuscript from the time of its submission to the time of its publication at TQR.
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Felder, P., Strong, T., & Ronald, J. (2009). Insider Experiences of The Qualitative Report’s Reviewing Process. The Qualitative Report, 14(3), 221-227. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol14/iss3/19