- The submitted papers are subject to preliminary evaluation by the Editorial Board.
- After positive evaluation, each text is submitted, without the name of its authors, to two peer reviewers. Reviews are made in writing.
- Names of peer reviewers are not disclosed to authors.
- If text alterations are necessary, the reviewers’ opinion together with their guidelines, but without their names being disclosed, is provided to the author of the article.
Article review criteria
- Does the content of the paper fit the thematic profile of “Pamiętnik Biblioteki Kórnickiej”?
– Is the paper an original work, i.e. one that has not been published elsewhere in parts or in full?
– To what extent is the paper innovative and exploratory; does it present any new findings or interpretations, does it introduce the latest materials to the scientific circulation?
– To what degree does the paper take into account the current state of knowledge on a given topic and source materials?
Structure of the paper
– Have the theses been clearly defined and appropriately hierarchized?
– Are interpretations and conclusions correct?
– Is the topic adequate to the contents?
Form of the paper
– Is the text correct from the language point of view?
– Does it contain any repetitions or excessive wordiness?
– Does the abstract aptly reflect the main theses and their justification?