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Predatory journals: They look like OA journals, but they are not

Predatory journals: They look like OA journals, but they are not

Predatory publishers look genuine, and it is easy for anyone to fall prey to them unless a thorough analysis is made. They take advantage of their similarity to open access journals and pose themselves as authentic. They are, however, wolves in disguise ready to prey on the gullible researcher.

Where to publish: subscription journals vs open access journals

Where to publish: subscription journals vs open access journals

As a researcher, how do you decide which publishing model is better, the subscription or OA model? To take an informed decision, you need to understand what they are and the pros and cons of each model. So, in this post, we will compare subscription and OA models and understand a bit more about their advantages and disadvantages.

Types of Journals based on Access

Types of Journals based on Access

Academic journals can be classified based on access to the reader. While subscription journals expect the reader to pay for their content, open access journals are free for the reader.