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Comment on LIST OF PUBLISHERS by L’open access nuit-il à la qualité...

[…] sans les faire expertiser par des scientifiques. Ces éditeurs font même l’objet d’une liste noire disponible en […]

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Comment on Criteria for Determining Predatory Open-Access Publishers (2nd...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by shingirai sikomwe

thank you Jeffrey , kindly assist me why IISTE is regarded as dubious. I had three papers accepted, they claim to have good impact factor and referenced in a number of publishers

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Comment on Researchers Find “Naming Of Allah” Prevents Certain Histological...

Force!!!! show me its source. hahahah

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Comment on Two “Institutes” That Want Your Money by Michael Brown

An interesting post on a Macrothink journal at Retraction Watch...

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Comment on LIST OF PUBLISHERS by Jurnal yang Perlu Dipertimbangkan untuk...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by EGPF

I have published two papers at Psyche, from Hindawi. I will tell of my experience here. Psyche was a very reputable journal in past decades, especially among researchers working with social insects....

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Comment on Did FWS Officials Use a Predatory Journal to Publish Questionable...

The Union of Concerned Scientists blog has a good, thorough reporting of this including information on two investigations into the scientific integrity of the senior officials involved....

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Comment on David Publishing: Flipping Its Model by Nica

Hi Jeffrey, I read this comment of you right now and since I have already had a bad experience with LAP – Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany), I thank you for your warning. Just one question: in a...

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Comment on David Publishing: Flipping Its Model by Jeffrey Beall

You are indeed missing a lot of details, for this is not a journal at all.

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Comment on David Publishing: Flipping Its Model by Nica

Thanks a lot you for your straight reply. One more suggestion back to LAP. I submitted – unfortunately and naively – a real manuscript of almost 400 pages, and I discovered a few days ago about them. I...

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Comment on David Publishing: Flipping Its Model by Jeffrey Beall

Did you transfer copyright to them already? This may have been done clearly or in a sneaky way (i.e., via a “click through” license.) If you have already transferred your copyright, you are in a very...

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Comment on David Publishing: Flipping Its Model by Nica

Dear Jeffrey, thank you for your extensive explanation. Unfortunately, yes (click stuff) and the bad thing is also that I have my memory, but not the contract I signed with them, because was all online...

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Comment on Did FWS Officials Use a Predatory Journal to Publish Questionable...

The reporting on the UCS blog states that the article was supposedly retracted by FWS, but it still appears on the Journal’s website with no mention of retraction. Since the FWS managers were found to...

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Comment on Did FWS Officials Use a Predatory Journal to Publish Questionable...

Only a publisher can retract a published paper. An author can request that it be retracted, but the actual retraction is the function of the journal/publisher. Right everyone? Therefore, the Fish and...

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Comment on Misleading Metrics: A New List on This Blog by Bill White

Hah! Did you really know what the impact factor really means? Did you really read, and grasp the information you read in the article above, about the impact factor? Search google annd pubmed about the...

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Comment on David Publishing: Flipping Its Model by Nica

Hi Jeffrey, sorry for bothering you again. I´ve just found this online http://www.research.swinburne.edu.au/researchers/resources/lap-publishing/#q1 7. Will I retain the copyright to my work? If you...

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Comment on David Publishing: Flipping Its Model by Jeffrey Beall

I am not familiar with this 20% copyright business. It may be something from German law. We don’t have this in American law.

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Comment on New OA Publisher: the Council for Innovative Research by SD

People are not born knowing how to do this stuff. They need access to education and resources for a long time and at a high level. The need teachers who also had access to those things and an...

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Comment on Defining Platinum Open Access by Kenneth Mitton

One of the first journals ever formed to be paperless from the start is Molecular Vision, which began in 1995. Way back, in internet years. Now this respected Journal has almost 20 full years of...

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