Keep Your Research Out of Questionable Journals

“Predatory publishers present themselves as legitimate journals, claiming to provide peer review and editorial services. In truth, they will publish nearly anything that is sent to them (and paid for) with little to no quality control, as evidenced by the numerous examples of deliberately false papers submitted—and successfully published—by journalists and academics hoping to prove a point.” Read this blog post by Erin Zimmerman at Canadian Science Publishing for more information on identifying fake journals.

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Kueneman, Karen
Staff, 2015 Fall
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