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Dossier Training: Dossier Basics

Dossier Basics

Your dossier is the primary mechanism for submitting your accomplishments for review by your peers. Please take a few minutes to review the presentation below. 

Dossiers and Peer Review

Dossiers are an integral part of the peer review process in the University Libraries.  Peer review is a decades-long practice in research universities and ARL libraries. At WSU, the peer review process is defined within the AAUP contract. It involves subjecting your work to the review of your peers for review and guidance.

Points to know about peer review

  • It is confidential
  • It is objective
  • —It is intended to support your development and progress toward ESS and/or promotion