General Comments for Micro-Reviews

Style, Spelling, Grammar, Punctuation, and Format

Take the time to write high-quality micro-reviews. They are short, so you should be able to re-read them at least once to make sure there are no spelling errors or types, and that your sentences are grammatically correct.

Here is a check list you can use:


Focus on strengths, weaknesses, and extensions that involve the experimental methods used and the experiments presented. Avoid comments strengths or weaknesses solely focused on an interaction technique for example. You should focus on how well the experiments presented supports the claims of the paper. Avoid extensions focused only on improving an interaction technique, for example. If you would have to re-run an experiment, what would you do?

Other points: