Posts tagged with Predatory Publishing

  1. Cabell’s Blacklist – now available to University of Melbourne Staff and Students

    Cabell’s Blacklist is now available via Cabell’s Scholarly Analytics. The Blacklist is a searchable database of journals that have been flagged as possibly exhibiting fraudulent or …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2017/11/10/cabells-blacklist-now-available-to-university-of-melbourne-staff-and-students

  2. Avoiding Deceptive, Unethical, Predatory and Vanity Publishing

    Recently, there has been a growth in deceptive, unethical and predatory publishing practices occurring online. As victims, academics and their institutions, often experience financial and reputational damage from …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2017/11/08/avoiding-deceptive-unethical-predatory-and-vanity-publishing