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Predatory Publishing

This guide aims to assist with Open Access publishing by helping to identify potential non-scholarly, for profit only publishing practices, also known as predatory publishing.

Cleaning Up Bad Science

Three crusaders fighting to clean up bad science: Ivan Oransky (Retraction Watch), Fiona Godlee (BMJ), and Jeffrey Beall (Beall's List). Mini-documentary (13:16) from CBC.

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Jeffrey Beall on Open Access Publishing: How publishers dupe authors

Donald Samulack, President, US Operations, Editage, Cactus Communications, speaks to Jeffrey Beall, author of the blog Scholarly Open Access and the man behind the famous Beall's List of Predatory Publishers, at the Council of Science Editors Annual Meeting held in San Antonio in May 2014. (Part 1 – 10:46, Part 2 –  8:34)



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