Predatory publishing: How to avoid falling prey to predatory publishers
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Predatory monograph publishing
Dark side of publishing
Scholarly bad faith
Open access publishing
This presentation was delivered to Salisbury University (SU) faculty. The goal of this presentation was to help SU faculty detect potentially predatory journals and conferences and to select legitimate high quality venues for disseminating their research.
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