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Predatory Journals & Questionable Conferences

This guide will help you identify predatory journals and questionable conferences (Author: A. Megwalu; Contributor: G. Basu)

Supplemental Resources

Additional resources on how to identify predatory journals and conferences.
Please note that we do not own the contents in these resources listed below. 

1. Resource on characteristics of predatory journals and vanity conferences

 

2. Resources on how to identify predatory journals 

 

3. Resources on how to withdraw your work from a predatory journal