How to identify “predatory journals”: a useful list of references. | News | EACR - The European Association for Cancer Research 2015-03-06


"A recent ecancer news topic ''Is this a real journal?’ A quick guide to spotting scholarly scams' (i), based on the article from Tom Hill (ii), gives useful information for researchers and academics who wish to publish their work in open-access journals on how to avoid scams. Indeed, in his article in Learned Publishing, Tom Hill provides a toolkit of useful criteria for identifying legitimate open-access journals. A number of other guides have also been produced in reaction to the proliferation of rogue publishers and scams ..."


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Tags: oa.comment oa.fees oa.publishers oa.business_models oa.guides oa.quality oa.credibility oa.predatory oa.journals

Date tagged:

03/06/2015, 10:12

Date published:

03/06/2015, 05:12