Webinar: Identifying questionable journals

How to identify questionable journals? (Friday 02 November, 11:00 – 12:00)

Presented by Tom Olijhoek, DOAJ

After the closure of Beall’s list, there are still many ways to identify journals that publish low quality research without meeting basic publishing standards.

Biography of presenter:

Tom Olijhoek – Editor-in-Chief
Tom has a PhD in molecular microbiology and has spent several years in Africa doing research on malaria, sleeping sickness and meningococcal epidemics. He has been actively advocating open access and open science since 2012 when he joined the Open Knowledge community. At around the same time he became a member of the DOAJ advisory board. His current research interests are development of quality systems for the assessment of scholarly journals and articles, and research in the area of soil microbiology in relation to soil health and human health.

Click on the link below to access the PowerPoint presentation of the webinar.

How can we identify questionable journals

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