In line with the efforts of rendering the annual conference a collective and generative endeavor, we seek scholars, activists, and stakeholders in the field with a wide range of specializations, experiences, and expertise who are interested in offering feedback on proposals submitted to the 11th NCHEP. The review process will take place during two distinct time frames, and volunteers will be asked to select one of the following periods, or both:
Each reviewer will work on a maximum of five submissions: when completing the assigned reviews, volunteers will be offered a $50 discount on the registration fee for the 11th National Conference on Higher Education in Prison as a small token of gratitude for their labor. Reviewers who are unable to attend the conference will receive a $50 gift card.
Submissions will undergo an open review process, which means that the identities of both submitters and reviewers will be known to each other and disclosed at the start of the process. The decision to engage an open-review process is part of an effort to bring more transparency and equity to this submission process. Reviewers will be asked to provide feedback to authors based upon the following:
Reviewer Comments to Submitter
In an effort to continue to provide support to our community of stakeholders, we ask that you offer written feedback to the submitter/s, who will be able to see your comments and your name when receiving your written assessment. Please ensure that you offer some feedback on the following: Structure of the proposal; Strength of the proposal’s content; Potential engagement with the audience; Strategies to accomplish desired learning outcomes; Quality of the idea and/or argument.