Dozens of Scientific Journals Offered Her a Job. But She Didn't Exist |

lkfitz's bookmarks 2017-03-23


"Pisanski and her colleagues selected 360 journals to approach in their study. Of these, 120 each came from two legitimate directories of science publications: The Journal Citation Reports (JCR) and the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). The final 120 came from a less formal directory known as "Beall's list," a compendium of suspect journals compiled by Jeffrey Beall, a librarian at the University of Colorado."


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Tags: oa.publishing oa.predatory oa.doaj oa.bealls_list oa.journals

Date tagged:

03/23/2017, 16:56

Date published:

03/23/2017, 07:14