[Coral-List] NYT Article on "Predatory Open-Access Journals"
southern_caribbean at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 22 23:51:45 EDT 2013
This is a problem which manifests itself in every discipline and it preys on basic human needs for recognition. The current publishing world of academia itself is to blame partially.
Because in each field of science scientists and researchers usually have a short list of peer-reviewed journals and conferences in their mental narrow focus, only librarians typically have a (often not much) better overview of available reputable journals and conferences in respective fields.
It is high time for a global registry of scientific publishers and their respective journals and a form of rating and grading them.
Milton Ponson, President
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From: Derek Alexander Soto Rodriguez <dereksoto at gmail.com>
To: coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
Sent: Monday, April 8, 2013 10:56 AM
Subject: [Coral-List] NYT Article on "Predatory Open-Access Journals"
I want to share an article from the New York Times on so called
pseudo-scientific journals and conferences and would like to hear opinions
from other members of the community.
*Derek A. Soto Rodriguez*
*Coral Biology and Ecology Laboratory
Department of Marine Sciences*
*University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus
Call Box 9000, Mayagüez, PR 00681
Tel: 1-787-899-2048 ext. 272 (Lab)
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