Textile & Leather Review is committed to peer review integrity and upholding the highest standards of review. Once your manuscript has been assessed for suitability by the editor, it will then be double-blind peer-reviewed by at least two independent, anonymous experts in the field.
Step 1: Editors assessment – Peer review begins by submitting your manuscript to the journal. The journal editors will decide if the manuscript is suitable based on the journal’s title, aim and scope and template. After that, it will be checked for possible plagiarised content using anti-plagiarism software. The editors might reject the manuscript immediately; otherwise, the manuscript will go under the editorial review, after which it will get an ID and proceed to the next stage into peer review.
Step 2: First round of peer review – The editor will contact researchers/scholars who are experts in your field, through the Editorial Advisory Board, to review the manuscript, and suggest whether to publish it in the journal. They assess your manuscript in terms of its originality, suitability of the description of research design and methodology that allows replication of research by others, appropriate and clear presentation of results and reliability and significance of your conclusions. Your manuscript needs to meet high review standards to be published in the journal.
You will then be provided with feedback on your manuscript, in terms of any changes that need to be made before it can be published. Please note that the final editorial decision on a manuscript and the choice of who to invite to review is always at the editor’s discretion.
Step 3: Revise and resubmit – You can then amend your manuscript based on the reviewer’s comments, resubmitting it with any or all changes made.
Step 4: Multiple rounds of peer review – If necessary several rounds of peer review will be conducted until reviewers decide that the manuscript meets the criteria for publication.
Step 5: Accepted – If everything works as described, the submitted manuscript will be published.
Peer review integrity – Every article published in Textile & Leather Review passed the peer review procedure; its quality, validity, and relevance were assessed by at least two independent, anonymous experts in the field.
Textile & Leather Review through Publons, the world’s leading peer review platform, officially recognises your peer review contributions.
When you review for Textile & Leather Review you will be asked if you want to track, verify and get recognition for that review on Publons. You can then use your verified peer review record as evidence of your contribution to the scientific community in promotion and funding applications.