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Comment on LIST OF STANDALONE JOURNALS by Wetenschap en showbizz Luc |...

[…] ^ Jump up to:a b Beall, Jeffrey. “Potential, possible, or probable predatory scholarly open-access journals”. Scholarly Open Access. Retrieved 2013-04-09. 3. ^ Jump up to:a b I. O’Neil (7 March […]

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Comment on About the Author by List of Predatory Publishers 2014 By Jeffrey...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Dr.Syed Md.Zainul Abedin

The post has been published in my website,www.connecttask.com at the following...

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Comment on LIST OF STANDALONE JOURNALS by [Ctrl-P] Rabinowitz & Dennis: Hype...

[…] Een lijst van twijfelachtige magazines die zowat alles willen publiceren, zolang men maar (zwaar) betaalt voor de publicatie. De kwaliteitscontrole is onbestaande. […]

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Botto d’inizio anno –...

[…] Beall ha pubblicato il nuovo elenco dei predoni dell’Open […]

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Ogwo

Thanks for this update. Indeed, from the questionable publisher list, it is clear that this has become a growth industry. What a shame! Is it possible to be further guided with a list of fairly...

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

Hi, Sharon, Yes, I consider all of Synergy’s journals to be questionable, and I recommend against responding affirmatively to their spam. I see a lot of strange aspects to this publisher, despite its...

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Comment on WSEAS and NAUN: Two Publishers (and Conference Organizers) to...

Dear Mr. Jeffrey Beall, Please confirm, are they (WSEAS & NAUN) : 1.Pedatory? 2.Fake? 3.Low quality? Thank you very much for your confirmation….

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Comment on WSEAS and NAUN: Two Publishers (and Conference Organizers) to...

In my opinion, these publishers are questionable, and I recommend that scholars find a better venue for their work. There are many better options available.

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Bhaskar

Thanks Jeff. This is the my first visit to your list… Mixed feelings! I have two papers with publishers that feature on this list, viz. Academic Journals and Medwell Journals. Could it be possible...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Corey Allen

Hey Jefferey, Thanks for the update. However there are several predators you have missed. SciHub (scihub.org), they first used an address of Lasani Town, Faisalabad Pakistan but when I questioned them...

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Comment on What is the Real Motivation Behind the Islamic Science Citation...

This is a blue story. It is not about Iran only. Many societies who feel that they are underrepresented in the SCI want to have their own citation index. Of course, different motives are intertwined....

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Comment on Appeals by Bhaskar

Amusing

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Jeffrey Beall

I have heard that Thomson Reuters, the publisher of Journal Citation Reports, has removed the impact factor for the Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances. Also, I do not see the African Journal of...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Jeffrey Beall

Hello, thanks for your comment. I do have ScienceHuβ on my list — I listed them under their full name that appears at the top of their website. I also have AENSI on my list as well, check here:...

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Comment on What is the Real Motivation Behind the Islamic Science Citation...

Let us know the list of reputable journals where we can publish? Sent from my BlackBerry wireless device from MTN

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Corey Allen

Thanks for your comment. Well I attended one of Bentham’s conferences in Dubai and one of their employee showed me a Pakistani man sitting on the stage and told me that’s the person who runs Bentham.

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Comment on About the Author by Thoughts on Academic Archaeology | These Bones...

[…] or ‘seriousness’.  (Two fantastic sites to check out are Retraction Watch and Scholarly Open Access).  Another natural extension of this is (for those who are either looking at MA or MSc courses, […]

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by caddisfly2002

Can anyone provide information as to what it is about “Austin Publishing Group” that got them on the list…. PLEASE.

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Andreas

Thanks Jeffery for this update. You are surely doing a formidable job that needs to be encouraged. My questions: - With about 477 predatory publishers and 303 predatory journals, are we not heading for...

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