Welcome to the training and resource page for Chicago Policy Review staff!
Below are video segments from our training in October 2016. Video segments marked with an asterisk include material that is new or has changed significantly for 2016-2017. We hope you find this material helpful if you were unable to make the training or forget anything along the way.
If you have any specific questions, contact your department head or anyone on the executive board.
First Things To Do*
An overview of the organization structure and the process of editing and publishing an article.
Business goals and overview for the 2016-2017 year
A brief overview of the website and author pages
An overview of how we use Asana including new processes added this year. A more detailed look at the process of publication.
A quick overview of slack, a new addition to our process for 2016-2017
The first three things you need to do as a new or returning member of the Chicago Policy Review staff
A guide to using article templates, the first step in publishing your article.
A guide to the common mistakes that lead to accidental plagiarism and how to avoid them.
A guide to finding suitable academic work to use as the basis for your article.
How to know when your article could use data visualization. Contains new information for 2016-2017.
An overview of the copy editing process and style guide for the Chicago Policy Review.