Scholarly Open Access, a popular blog that listed questionable journals and publishers, has recently been taken down. The blog was maintained by Jeffrey Beall since 2008 who is an academic librarian... Read More
Part four of the conversation between Dr. Donald Samulack, President US Operations, Editage, Cactus Communications, in conversation with Dr. Anne Woods, Chief Nursing Officer at WKH, and Shawn... Read More
Synopsis: Often, predatory journals send email invitations to authors to submit their articles and lure them into paying APCs with assurances of publication. However, they do not always live up to... Read More
Exactly a year ago, we started sharing monthly updates about trending discussions in academic publishing. Continuing this initiative, this month, we'd like you to read these articles about publishing... Read More
The Coalition for Responsible Publication Resources (CRPR) has received industry support and is one step closer to its mission to help preserve the integrity of the scholarly literature by sharing... Read More
Often, bogus or predatory journals send email invitations to authors to submit their articles, luring them with promises of quick publication. What happens when an author falls prey to such a bogus... Read More
In this post, we bring you a collection of some of the most interesting information about the goings-on in academia this month, handpicked by our editorial team. The topics range from the end of... Read More
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