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predatory publishers spotters guide enhancing postgraduate environmants

Predatory publishing: spotters guide

Predatory publishing is a worldwide phenomenon, which is increasing its presence in South Africa, according to research recently completed at Stellenbosch University. This resource touches on...

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Predatory Journals: How to identify and avoid them

This brief tutorial defines “predatory journals” and their major characteristics. It provides information to help novice academics to avoid this trap. Developed by Mark P Snyders,...

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Responding to reviewers

Publishing is hard work: it takes a long time, and a lot of effort. Even once a paper is finally submitted to a journal for...

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Choosing the right journal

Choosing the right journal for your paper is all about targeting the right audience for your research - your readers. It is recommended that you...