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Questions related to academic affairs policy are often be answered by connecting faculty and staff to some of the many resources that the University has to offer.
One example of connecting faculty and staff occured when the library staff helped faculty to understand about predatory journals and the issues that can occur with publication practices and authorship. With the advent of open access journals for publication of research material, various questionable journals and organizations/organizations have appeared.It is wise of those who are submitting research to various journals or who may be approached by someone to be a part of an editorial board to be wary!
The link below is to a resource that can aid in the identifying of these predatory publishers.It is the work of Jeffrey Beall, a librarian at the University of Colorado, Denver.He has maintained the lists for a few years and the link is to the most recent update.
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