The Dirty Western is a blog that is exposing faculty members who have published in — and are taking academic credit for — crummy papers published in predatory journals.
We learned recently about a scholarly publisher that appears to be operating like a pyramid scheme.
Cosmic Journals appeared out of nowhere recently. It started with a bang. A big bang.
This is the story of a brand-new scholarly open-access journal from India. The journal is titled International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology and abbreviated as IJERSRT.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then the people at Reed Elsevier ought to be very flattered by this imitation of their work.
There is a predatory publisher based in India called Discovery Publication (they left off the “s”). This publisher has 26 journals. Many of the journal titles begin with the word “discovery,” as in Discovery Universe, and there are several that have only single word titles. Waste, which hasn’t published any issues yet, is among these.