Meeting discussing Study IV

Barely a week before the meeting, I had emailed the following version of the manuscript to OJ and SI: Manuscript version of Study IV mailed to SI and OJ In the following version, comments from the meeting itself are included directly in the manuscript: Feedback during manuscript meeting on my manuscript for Study IV Below is the written feedback I received from the co-authors: OJ’s feedback on my manuscript for Study IV SI’s feedback on my manuscript for Study IV

Structuring the revision of Study III manuscript

Had a meeting with SI and OJ today on how to go about revising the manuscript for study III. Before the meeting, I had created a document in which I had structured the received feedback from the editor and the reviewers. During the meeting I received a lot of valuable feedback from SI and OJ and I added it directly into the document which now looks like this.

Reply from journal

Today I finally received a reply from the editor of PLoS ONE, the journal to which I submitted the manuscript of study III in November last year. The positive news was that we only got minor revisions. Mail from the editor including reviewers’ comments

OJs tips on Method Visualization & Conceptualization

OJ wrote a mail to me with the following links about impacts on understanding, learning and participation: Generic Learning Outcomes by Art Council England Evaluation Guidance by the National Heritage Memorial Fund (NMHF) in UK He also attached a document about Toolkit Evaluating and commented this document in the folllowing way: Vad gäller begreppet ”research user” används det t ex i bifogat dokument Toolkit_Evaluating: “Be precise about who has benefited from the research, consider stakeholders (may include researchers, collaborators and groups of the public directly involved in the research), research-users (individuals and organisations), the public and end-users.

Co-author meeting for Study IV

Barely a week before the meeting, I had emailed the following version of the manuscript to the co-author: Manuscript version of Study IV mailed out to co-authors In the following version, comments from the meeting itself are included directly in the manuscript: Feedback during manuscript meeting on my manuscript for Study IV Below is the written feedback I received from the co-authors: OJ’s feedback in a personal mail and in a commented manuscript MB’s feedback on my manuscript for Study IV SI’s feedback on my manuscript for Study IV MG’s feedback on my manuscript for Study IV MG also wrote in.