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Comment on List of Publishers by Predatory online journals include...

[...] a quick post to say that I think Beall’s list of “predatory journals” should be expanded to include dubious subscription access [...]

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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by Sameer

Gosh! I have got my two dissertations published with LAP. Frankly speaking, I won’t mind if I won’t get any royalties. All I am concerned about is if the books will count or not; if they will hold any...

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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by Daniel Dempsey

some interesting, ongoing commentary here since my last missive. at this point, I would simply say to those who have an interest in publishing their work with LAP, because it would otherwise sit on the...

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Comment on Bangladeshis Publishing Even More Journals from Connecticut by...

Bravo. Also note the rise in Bangladeshis serving on the editor boards, many of them unqualified (of this and other predatory journals).

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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by careerlifechoices

Why don’t you go to Amazon self-publishing yourself? http://www.amazon.com/gp/seller-account/mm-summary-page.html?topic=200260520

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Comment on Two More Predatory Publishers by Ilkka Tuomi

Sciedu seems to automatically harvest publications in its area. My article on Open Educational Resources was published yesterday in the European Journal of Education. Today I got an email from “Susan...

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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by Sameer

Does it count academically? Will it fetch equal points as getting a book published by an international publisher?

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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by Nancy Bevre

Some time ago I offered you the possibility of making your academic paper about Making the Invisible Visible: Exploring Science Literacy through Creation of Non-fiction Science Picture Books available...

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

[...] open-access publishers is an understanding of and a commitment to digital preservation. In fact, my Criteria for Determining Predatory Open-Access Publishers includes one criterion related to...

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Comment on OA Journal Stops Publishing, Deletes Website by Schenck

Surely the Ingelfinger Rule doesn’t apply when the original journal collapses in on itself. Heck if an editor can’t find or get access to the original paper, then the Ingelfinger Rule shouldn’t apply...

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Comment on OA Journal Stops Publishing, Deletes Website by chrissurridge

This is going to be an increasing problem, potentially even with large publishers unless suitable archiving arrangements are in place. Whether that is the case or not can be difficult to find out so...

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Comment on List of Publishers by Bubble, Blur, Flip, Spin, Hoard, Hug. Part...

[...] Beall’s List: Potential, possible, or probable predatory scholarly open-access publishers: http://scholarlyoa.com/publishers/ [...]

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

Dear J Beall…if you are right then AoB Plant journal from Oxford Journal Publications be also regarded as Predatory because that particular journal has been publishing free of cost till end 2012 and...

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Comment on Cloudy Ethics with Cloud Journals by Badnews

Open Access journals actually REVIEW papers. These journals do not. Hence these are worthless, you might as well post the PDF on your website. It’ll have just as much impact and google scholar will...

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Comment on OA Journal Stops Publishing, Deletes Website by Jan Feringa

Apparently we need an Open Access orphanage.

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Comment on OA Journal Stops Publishing, Deletes Website by Ross Mounce...

CLOCKSS is the simple solution to this problem. All good online publishers (OA or not) are CLOCKSS members for this very reason: http://www.clockss.org/clockss/Participating_Publishers

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

I had recently bought 2 books from it. I was informed by the publisher (Exom Publishing House) about it. The publisher does the application for copyright and ISBN number and Amazon I think does the...

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Comment on OA Journal Stops Publishing, Deletes Website by WG

Using the Internet Archive WayBack Machine, I was able to access the journal as it appeared in June 2012 and download an article as a PDF. It was a 3-page article titled, “Anxiety Level in Indian...

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Comment on OA Journal Stops Publishing, Deletes Website by RMS

Those are institutional repositories.

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Comment on Criteria for Determining Predatory Open-Access Publishers by...

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