UKB guide Predatory and Questionable Publishing Practices

The benefits of scholarly communication in authoritative, high-quality journals, books, and other venues are well known. Yet there is growing concern about scientific publishers and journals that conduct questionable – such as a relatively low quality peer review – or even predatory publishing practices. How can authors recognise and avoid these practices and publishers? What can authors do if they have published with a questionable or predatory publisher? Open Access specialists at universities across the Netherlands have written a guide that provides insight and practical advice for authors. The guide is freely available here.

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Dutch National website providing information for academics about the advantages of open access to publicly financed research

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