Beware of predatory publishing – but also of low-quality blacklists
Keywords:Blacklists, predatory journals, predatory publishers, predatory publishing
We should be wary of low-quality journals and predatory OA publishing. But we should also know which sources’ judgement to trust. Is the new website Predatory Reports a trustworthy source of information?
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