Talk:World Archives Project: What are the steps to follow for the Review process?
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Q: What is the difference between Arbitration and Review? Sorry if that's a silly question butI have only just gained Reviewer status and am about to start!
- A: When you review you are only reviewing 1 keyer. Arbitration is when you review two keyers. Most projects are now review only. I think there may be a few USHMM projects that are arbitration. --Wiedwoman 14:47, 22 April 2014 (UTC)
- Adding to Karen's answer... Arbitration notes the differences between two keyers entries and review is a more experienced contributor who looks at every entry (and field) to ensure the accuracy of the entries. Annafechter 18:51, 24 April 2014 (UTC)
Q: How do I become a Reviewer? Are there any prerequisites? Keying is ok, just becoming a little bored with nothing but keying,
- A. Usually you need to have an overall accuracy rating of exceptional which is 92% and better and you receive an invite. If you think you meet this and haven't received an invite you can email Anna at firstname.lastname@example.org for her to check if you're eligible.