JLS 2022 Reviewer of the Year Recognition

Thank you to all our remarkable JLS reviewers and editorial board members for writing constructive, challenging, and kind reviews. Your work is essential to ensuring the quality and impact of JLS and the continued growth of our field.

Among this excellent group of reviewers, we recognize 10 scholars whose reviewing was exceptionally outstanding in 2022. Criteria for selection include: (1) completing multiple reviews for the journal that are (2) thorough and constructive, (3) timely; that (4) provide mentorship and encouragement to authors; and (5) reflect core values and practices of the field.

Join us in congratulating…

  • Eva Thomm – Universität Erfurt, Germany
  • Aditi Wagh – Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
  • Deborah Silvis – Utah State University, USA
  • Kerri Wingert – University of Colorado Boulder, USA
  • Melissa Luna – West Virginia University, USA
  • Grace A. Chen – New York University, USA
  • José W. Meléndez – University of Oregon, USA
  • Molly Shea – University of Washington, USA
  • Jennifer Chiu – University of Virginia, USA
  • Sarit Barzilai – University of Haifa, Israel

Warmest Regards,

A. Susan Jurow and Jianwei Zhang
Co-editors in Chief, Journal of the Learning Sciences

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