Predatory Publishing Practices: What You Need to Know
Jul 23, 2021 08:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada) Switch Time Zone
Dr. Clark Holdsworth

Senior Manager, Communications & Partnerships (@LetPub)

Dr. Holdsworth oversees communications projects and partnerships at LetPub. LetPub has thousands of interactions with authors and journals annually. Dr. Holdsworth and the Learning Nexus Team filter these experiences into an intuitive and effective educational experience for authors and journal editors.

Dr. Avriel Licciardi

Research Communications Strategist (@LetPub)

Dr. Licciardi provides project management of LetPub's scientific editing author services, as well as assistance in business development, brand building, and international media. Dr. Licciardi's direct interaction with authors and publishers yields insights that she filters into a comprehensive learning experience for the LetPub Learning Nexus community.

Researchers falling prey to “predatory” publishing have increased at an alarming rate over the past few years, primarily due to the “publish or perish” culture in academia. It is thus a necessity for academics—no matter your career level—to be capable of recognizing questionable journals and scientific conferences.

This one-hour webinar provides attendees an introduction into fraudulent publishing, in addition to useful tips to avoid and deal with “predatory” journals and conferences effectively.

Join your hosts, Dr. Clark Holdsworth and Dr. Avriel Licciardi, for this must-see LetPub webinar. Get your questions answered in real-time with a live Q&A session and follow-up discussion on Peeref.

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