“Predatory” Journals: How to Avoid the Shams and Scams Online
As a researcher, you are eager to publish your work. But don’t let your eagerness allow you to be fooled by fake (often called “predatory”) journals. These low-quality outlets exist for the sole purpose of profit, not for the dissemination of peer-reviewed research. Indeed, they frequently lie about their peer review practices and engage in other forms of deceit. Come learn how to spot these bad actors, and how to critically evaluate any journal before submitting a paper. We'll also touch on "predatory" conferences and book publishers.
Can't make it? If you're interested but can't make it, register anyway. The presentation will be recorded and made available to registrants.
Questions? Contact Jill Cirasella at email@example.com.
This workshop is part of the Scholarly Communication Workshop Series. It is geared toward the Graduate Center community but open to everyone at CUNY. Publication Cycle image by University of Winnipeg Library, used under CC BY / annotations removed from original.
- Wednesday, September 14, 2022
- 1:00pm - 2:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.