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Matthias Egger Feb 15
"Blacklists" of and "whitelists" of legitimate journals overlap! We also found that all lists give insufficient attention to the quality of . How useful are these lists? See our preprint at .
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Matthias Egger Nov 21
"Don't publish in a journal you don't read" Excellent advice by talking on at meeting on evaluating science in more meaningful ways.
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Mohamad Mostafa 11 Jun 18
Dear Researchers: 1- Use to find out if the journal you've chosen to publish in should be trusted: 2- Use to select the right academic conference/meeting to attend and present your research:
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DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) 23 Apr 18
Sister campaign to , makes sure you don't get duped by those fake conferences. Always think and check!
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Susan Meyn Nov 9
Nice infographic from the folks at . Be intentional in pursuing not only responsible conduct but also publication of rigorous science.
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Think Check Submit Nov 6
is now available in *38* languages! If yours isn't available yet, perhaps you could help us out by producing a translation? Get in touch!
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Jocelyne Basseal Nov 4
If only all offered “wham wishes”. Seriously how many spam emails like this do you receive? Check out for how to distinguish between a proper journal & a predatory one
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Joanne Walker May 12
Choosing a trusted journal for your research is vital to avoid . This short video from provides essential advise for authors
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AFBI Library Apr 1
Think. Check. Submit. Are you submitting your research to a trusted journal? is definitely worth a look when deciding where to publish.
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Avishek Pal Jul 25
Hyderabad is unfortunately the hotbed of predatory journals, with the notorious OMICS group leading the wrong way! Better be safe than sorry!!
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DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) Jun 3
Why you may ask? There's a NEW video for that addressing just that question!
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CCCULibrary Research 6 Apr 18
How do you know which journal to publish in? It can be tricky, so why not have a look at our guide:
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Think Check Submit Apr 19
Use the checklist to find out if the journal you've chosen to publish in should be trusted:
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Matthias Egger 13 Jun 18
. Excellent sister initiative to that aims to guide researchers and scholars to judge the legitimacy and academic credentials of conferences.
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Helen Dobson Aug 13
Another chance to influence what the initiative does next - it only takes about 10 mins!
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T&F Africa 23 Oct 17
We're kicking off celebrations in South Africa library with discussing scam OA publishing &
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DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) Apr 23
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Rede LILACS Jul 17
@thinkchecksumit como identificar revistas depredadoras
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Sara King Jul 9
Some great guidance in selecting a journal for publishing your research can be found here:
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DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) May 14
And there's as well which is a very useful tool. (Dom)
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