The Formative Experience of Authorship: The Journal of Research Administration Review Process as an Exemplar System of Academic and Professional Mentoring

TitleThe Formative Experience of Authorship: The Journal of Research Administration Review Process as an Exemplar System of Academic and Professional Mentoring
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsGabriele, EF, Roberts, TJ, Adams, MS, Steinert, B
JournalJournal of Research Administration
Volume43
Issue2
Pagination127-141
Date PublishedFall2012
Publication Languageeng
ISBN Number15391590
KeywordsAcademic , Authorship , EDITING , ethical , Mentoring , Peer , PUBLICATIONS , research , scholar
AbstractBeginning in 2006, the leadership of the Journal of Research Administration initiated the development of a de novo four-stage system of publication review for submitting authors. Unprecedented in the experience of many, the system was predicated upon the general paradigm of mentorship. The mentoring experience behind the four-stage review process has been met with great success and has enhanced the publishing experience for all. While providing a viable means to ensuring responsible authorship and good publication practices, this mentoring system has emerged as uniquely formative of the academic and professional development of the profession of research administration itself and all of its allied arts and sciences. 
NotesGabriele, Edward F. 1,2; Email Address: efgabriele@comcast.net; Roberts, Thomas J. 3; Email Address: tomroberts1@centurylink.net; Adams, Mary S. 4; Email Address: msa_5403@yahoo.com; Steinert, Bruce 5; Email Address: BSteinert@northshore.org; Affiliations: 1: Distinguished Professor, Graduate School of Nursing Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Bethesda, Maryland; 2: Professor of Clinician Education, Georgetown University Medical Center Washington, DC; 3: Associate Professor, College of Education Florida Gulf Coast University Ft. Myers, Florida; 4: Former Chair, Manuscript Editorial Board Journal of Research Administration; 5: Research Institute NorthShore University HealthSystem Evanston, IL; Issue Info: Fall2012, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p127; Thesaurus Term: PEER review (Professional performance); Thesaurus Term: RESEARCH; Subject Term: MENTORING; Subject Term: ACADEMIC ability; Subject Term: EDITING; Author-Supplied Keyword: academic review; Author-Supplied Keyword: academic scholarship; Author-Supplied Keyword: authorship; Author-Supplied Keyword: editing; Author-Supplied Keyword: ethical formation; Author-Supplied Keyword: mentoring; Author-Supplied Keyword: peer review; Author-Supplied Keyword: publications; Author-Supplied Keyword: scholar formation; Number of Pages: 15p; Illustrations: 1 Diagram; Document Type: Article

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