We have compiled a list of additional resources that reviewers might find it useful to visit while completing their reports:
Reviewer Frequently Asked Questions
You will receive an invitation from the journal editor by email, often using an online peer review system. Many SAGE journals use SAGE Track. Find our more information about how to respond to invitations sent through this system.
Find out more information about how to respond to invitations sent through this system. Once you have registered with the site you can log in and see all papers assigned to you as a peer reviewer.
See the etiquette section of the How to Review Articles section of this Reviewer Gateway.
I want to involve my junior colleague in my review of a paper. Is this allowed?
Ahead of accepting the invitation to review, contact the journal editor directly to explain what you want to do any why. If the journal editor is happy for you to include your colleague, go ahead, but ensure that you provide the editor with full details of the role that your colleague took and their name and affiliation. Full guidelines for peer reviewers can be found on the Committee on Publication Ethics website here.
SAGE has provided a reviewer feedback email address to allow you to give us your experience of reviewing with us to help us to improve our systems firstname.lastname@example.org
If you can’t find the information you need here or if you have any feedback on the SAGE Reviewer Gateway, please get in touch with us: email@example.com.