Due to constant problems with Weebly service, we decided to move to an independent server. 4 Replies to “How to Choose a Good (non-predatory) Journal” Rosina Fransisca Joan Lekawael says: May 26, 2020 at 3:52 pm A very beneficial information. @gmail.com or @yahoo.com). Hijacked journals and predatory publishers: is there a need to re-think how to assess the quality of academic research? —— BEALLSLIST.NET —— BEALL'S LIST OF PREDATORY JOURNALS AND PUBLISHERS. #23: The journal is listed on Beall’s list of predatory journals or any other journal blacklist. No. Non-Predatory Journal Example 1. From the PubMed citation, click the journal title and select "Search in NLM Catalog." This guide features information resources useful for identifying major journals in all fields and details about them for those wanting to identify key journals or find publication details for known journal titles. Hunziker, R. (2017). Thanks for sahring pak Willy. "“Predatory journals and publishers are entities that prioritize self-interest at the expense of scholarship and are characterized by false or misleading information, deviation from best editorial and publication practices, a lack of transparency, and/or the use of aggressive and indiscriminate solicitation practices."" That means that researchers are reading and citing articles published in the journal. Almost 100% of non-predatory journals appear to use a manuscript submission system, whereas just over half of predatory journals use such a system; almost 70% of predatory journals request that authors send their manuscripts by email and 63% of those journals provide what appears to be a non-professional (e.g., Gmail, Yahoo) email address to do so. You have seen their logo or heard their name. 3. 2. Like Like #22: The journal’s contact email address is non-professional and non-journal affiliated (e.g. Alternatively, other non-predatory journals are affiliated with a society with which you are familiar or of which you may actually be a member. In 2010, the term “predatory journal” was coined, and since then, the Academic community has been working to warn researchers about the consequences of publishing in these unethical journals. Predatory journals do not reject articles and are unlikely to invest their resources in non-profitable academic ventures. Avoiding predatory publishers in the post-Beall world: tips for writers and editors. It appears that they are legitimate. Non-predatory journals are often associated either with a publisher that you have probably heard of at some point (Elsevier, Springer, Wiley, etc). Please see beallslist.net. Reply. The real problem (and probably the reason for this predatory journal explosion) is that the classic journals have become abusive and predatory themselves. This page provides the url for Jeffrey Beall's list of suspicious scholarly open-access journals If there's a link in the Electronic Links field and the "Currently indexed for MEDLINE" notation in the Current Indexing Status field, the journal is not predatory. For example Springer/Nature journals will reject your paper without explanation and direct you to one of their fee-paying open access for guaranteed acceptance on resubmission. Student-guide authorship conflicts, which were more unique to Indian scenario, based on journal’s own experience, were published as paper - “The Changing Teacher-Disciple (Guru-Shishya) Equation in Modern Times“ . Jalalian, M., and Mahboobi, H. (2014). Elizabeth Bekes says: March 24, 2020 at 7:47 pm Thank you, Willy, that is more than helpful. But how can Academics properly educate each other about something that has no real definition, and what exactly should researchers be looking out for? The journal PLOS One has an impact factor of about 2.7, which is modest, but not bad. Frequently, authors publishing in predatory journals do not receive the services or benefit from the attributes of the journal they are seeking and believe they have paid for. Publishers Standalone Journals Vanity Press Contact Other Hello.