Importance of Peer-review of scholarly journals to a scholar-practitioner
As a scholar-practitioner and also for any researcher it is very important to understand the importance of peer review of scholarly journals, as scholarly knowledge is communicated via only academic journals and research conferences that are meant for scholars and academicians. According to the experts, the purpose is to report or publish the original or experimentation that has been conducted by the researchers in order to make available such information to all the scholarly practitioners and researchers who are in the same area of interest. A peer-review of scholarly journals contains three elements, according to the online is libraries, 1) They are mainly related to research or academic studies 2) it shows the methods and scholar’s attitude 3) manner and appearance of the scholar or researcher would be shown. The scholarly journal is important for the practitioners as it would contain citation which gives a basic idea about published article including title, date, and year of publishing, authors, and the information source. Apart from this information, the article also contains ‘Abstract’, which gives overview or summary of the full text. Sometimes we may also get the full text of the peer review journals, which depends on the access to that particular source, or it could free access which could be read immediately, and the symbol would be provided when the article could be full accessed.