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Predatory Journals and Publishers in the Era of Open Access Resources: Resources

This guide organizes resources related to the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching events on predatory journals and publishing

Resources

Arthur, Craig. "Predatory Publishing: How Not To Fall Prey," Virginia Libraries 61 (2015): 33-36.

Beall, Jeffrey. "Predatory Publishers are Corrupting Open Access,"   Nature 489 (13 September 2012):179.

Crawford, Walt. "Open-Access Journals: Idealism and Opportunism," Library Technology Reports 51, no.6 (August/September 2015).

Nelson, Nerissa, and Jennifer Huffman. "Predatory Journals in Library Databases: How Much Should We Worry?" The Serials    Librarian 62, no.2 (2015): 169-192.

Suber, Peter.  Open Access. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2012.