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Open Access, Peer Review, and Predatory Publishing: Can You Have the First Two without the Third?

Open Access, Peer Review, and Predatory Publishing: Can You Have the First Two without the Third? Online

Answer: YES!! Open access refers to who can use scholarly works free of charge and how scholarly publishing is funded, not the scholarship’s quality or rigor. Open access publishing provides citation and impact advantages to authors and barrier-free access to users. However, some open access "publishers" use “author pays” models to reap profits while disregarding ethical publishing practices, peer review and quality. We’ll outline the attributes of high-quality open access publishing and the warning signs of shady publishers. With this information, you can gain the benefits of OA publishing and enhance your scholarly reputation.


Online

Date:
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Time:
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Audience:
  Faculty     Graduate Students  
Categories:
  Workshops  
Online:
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Event Organizer

Lisa Di Valentino
Christine Turner
UMass Amherst Libraries