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Comment on Open-Access Publisher Launches with 355 New Journals by Stew Green

But isn’t that the same list published by “Canadian Center of Science and Education” ..who claim on their website to have existed since 2006 .. although the journal I know only started last year ?

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Comment on Two Print Journals Completely Hijacked by Online Hoodlums by...

yes i got they are fraud pure fraud

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Comment on OMICS Goes from “Predatory Publishing” to “Predatory Meetings” by...

Thanks for posting about them. I posted awhile back about how they were blog spamming blog posts about Open Access....

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Comment on OMICS Goes from “Predatory Publishing” to “Predatory Meetings” by...

Unfortunately it seems that the confusion is all too easy to perpetuate, because a quick Google search shows that there are many people who gave talks at the real ICE meetings but list it on their...

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Comment on OMICS Goes from “Predatory Publishing” to “Predatory Meetings” by...

“I strongly recommend, in the strongest terms possible, that all scholars from all countries avoid doing business in any way with the OMICS Group. Do not submit papers. Do not agree to serve on their...

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Comment on List of Publishers by The New Face of the Professional Society «...

[...] Some of the organizations that are imitating PLoS ONE are doing so more vertically; they are identifying specific domains and inviting authors to submit papers (e.g., “ChemistryOpen” from John...

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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by Dr.Dushyant Nimavat

I have just been approached by this publishing house for the publication of my PHD thesis. I did not know about the company. I inquired about it to some experts who asked me to avoid get into it. I...

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Comment on OMICS Goes from “Predatory Publishing” to “Predatory Meetings” by...

Robin Hood (I firmly believe this name is bogus) has made the statements of Dr.Beall very complex, ironically, in the name of making them simple. Dr.Beall has appropriately used the term ‘avoid’....

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Comment on It’s Time to Reexamine the Tradition of the “Call for Papers” by...

Good job. However, given you claim you are able to identify predatory journals, I´d like to read a conflict of interest statement in your website. Do you collaborate with any publisher anyhow?

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Comment on It’s Time to Reexamine the Tradition of the “Call for Papers” by...

I do not agree that the traditional publishers were not predatory. They too are and had been predatory. There, one may find more plagriasm in research journals as to day in OA journals and more if will...

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Comment on OMICS Goes from “Predatory Publishing” to “Predatory Meetings” by...

Ok, what is the difference between ignore and boycott. You ignore somebody existence and you do not do business with them. It sounds like boycotting to me. OMICS (I think it stands for Oh My Ignorant...

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Comment on OMICS Goes from “Predatory Publishing” to “Predatory Meetings” by...

Schmuck. Not such a schmuck, actually! Words of wisdom, I think. Or at least words of reality. I wonder if Schmuck is your REAL name or if Mr. Krishnakumar is just an overly sensitized Indian who can’t...

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Comment on OMICS Goes from “Predatory Publishing” to “Predatory Meetings” by Ken

I’ve attended two OMICS conferences, and the organizers gave me a speaker discount. Even at some “legitimate” conferences, it is unfortunately not unheard of to pay registration, travel, etc., as a...

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Comment on It’s Time to Reexamine the Tradition of the “Call for Papers” by...

I am an American Studies guy working on the Problem of Evil in contemporary US horror fiction and live in semi-rural India. I go a lot by what you write here and thanks for the service you do to us in...

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Comment on It’s Time to Reexamine the Tradition of the “Call for Papers” by...

I’m regularly flooded with spam related to “calls for paper(s)”, and received last year roughly 1000 such “invitations” (ca. 3 each day). This is really disappointing, because ALL invitations were...

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Comment on Did Dr. Krashen Commit Self-Plagiarism? by Jeffrey Beall

I mostly check for plagiarism manually, searching phrases in Google or Bing. Occassionally, I use <a href="http://dupeoff.com/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">DupeOff</a>.

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Comment on Did Dr. Krashen Commit Self-Plagiarism? by Frank Lu

Ithenticate

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Comment on Did Dr. Krashen Commit Self-Plagiarism? by moom

In my opinion this small amount of overlap between ones own papers is totally acceptable. As long as a paper has significant new results there are likely to be overlaps in review of the literature,...

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Comment on Did Dr. Krashen Commit Self-Plagiarism? by Alberto

Dear Prof. Beall, would you consider the Iranian Journal of Language Teaching Research as a predatory journal? Krashen, Byram, Cook and Kramsch are very prominent scholars, and the journal seems...

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Comment on Did Dr. Krashen Commit Self-Plagiarism? by David Solomon

Thank you for providing a very thoughtful response that in my view is right on target.

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