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.
We know that predatory journals undermine the quality of research. But a lurking danger is gray publishing. What is it and why is it harmful to quality research?
Three-Day Workshop on Research Publication & Ethics for Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology
We recently conducted a three-day workshop on aspects of academic publishing for the PhD scholars of Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology (SIST), Chennai.