Avoiding Predatory Publishers - Library

Course description

Predatory Journal Publishing is an exploitative publishing model where publishers charge the author fees but do not provide the quality, the peer review or the editorial process as expected. Publishing articles with these journals can be detrimental to the author’s research and reputation. This 30-minute workshop will provide practical examples and strategies on how to identify and avoid these publishers.

Type of course

Web conference


Josephine McGill

Who should attend

  • Early and mid-career researchers 
  • Established researchers 
  • Higher Degree by Research students 

What you will learn

  • Definition of predatory publishing
  • How to identify and avoid predatory publishers 

Upcoming events

No upcoming events

Please remember if you can't attend a course anymore please unenrol yourself or move to the waiting list so others can attend.

Waiting list

To be notified of upcoming events, you can add your name to the waiting list.