Re: Peer Editing Among Corporate Tech Writing Teams
I work in a Tech Writing Department of about 3 managers and 14 writers. Our^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
team used to have a dedicated copyeditor for the whole team. We're now
restructuring the department so that all authors are responsible for peer
reviews in place of having a copyeditor.
Have any of you ever had any experience where peer editing was implemented
across a team of multiple tech writers---whether small or large teams?
If so, would you be able to shed any light on the methodology your team
implemented for the peer review process; that is, the team structure, how
tasks were assigned/divvied up, what peer reviewers were required to review
for, how team ensured the process was implemented appropriately, or
anything else related?
And also, do you have any thoughts as to:
- the pros and cons of implementing peer editing in multiple-author tech
- what it might take to create a well-oiled peer editing machine where
all authors know and understand their role/responsibilities and are
dedicated to their assignments;
- any success/failure stories in general.
Thanks, and I look forward to hearing about your experiences!
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