Become a JCSI Reviewer

The Journal of Computer Science Integration is seeking to expand its pool of reviewers. Reviewers serve an important role in evaluating the research submitted to JCSI for scholarly significance, quality, and accuracy.

Reviewers serve an initial term of two years, with the possibility of being invited to renew a term or join the editorial review board. JCSI reviewers will be asked to complete three to four manuscripts per year, with five weeks to complete each review. Qualifications include strong research expertise, published empirical studies, and a terminal degree in computer science, education, or a related field.

If you are interested, please submit a current CV* and a cover letter answering the following questions to

  1. What are your areas of expertise in research, computer science, or education?
  2. What types of articles do you feel particularly qualified to review? (qualitative, quantitative, mixed methods, survey research, all of the above?)
*Recent graduates who have not yet published may submit a letter of recommendation from their major professor.

Reviewer Guidelines

When writing your review, be careful to omit any references to yourself. JCSI’s Managing Editor will make the review available to the author exactly as you submit it. Your identity will be hidden, of course.

You will be provided with a rubric to use for scoring the article you are assigned. After you write your review, you can upload the rubric as a Microsoft Word (or RTF) file, or as a PDF file.

The "Submit Review" form also includes a place where you may upload a confidential cover letter which only editors may see.