Predatory publishing from a global south perspective | Library Publishing Coalition
Predatory publishing from a global south perspective. This piece does not mince words about Jeffrey Beall and his list of 'predatory publishers'
This is thought provoking from Reggie Raju on assessing research publishing in the developing world - are we too obsessed with perfect English, peer review, and Northern digital publishing norms?
In our latest Fellows Journal, Reggie Raju discusses the idea of predatory publishing and its impact on the global south. #librarypublishing #OA Read the full post on our blog:
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Predatory publishing from a global south perspective
I have mixed views of that Kirsten Bell paper. She is on this interesting panel session in a couple of weeks which is worth a look though:
Another panellist is Reggie Raju, who wrote this great piece
I feel many of my followers, particularly those in Europe and North America, would benefit from this post: Predatory publishing from a global south perspective. Much to take in.
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