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Reputable v. Predatory Publishing

Identifying Reputable and Predatory Publishers 

This information will provide links to resources to find reputable journals for publishing opportunities.

  • point you to tools to help you discover and assess journals
  • find journals that match your research content
  • help you interpret information about journals
  • provide links to resources to find reputable journals for publishing opportunities.
  • define predatory publishing practices 
  • provide resources to help you identify predatory publishers

Before you get started, take this quick survey to reflect on your current practices. 

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