more

www.openbiomed.info

Accelerating access to biomedical evidence

More on predatory open access from Jeffrey Beal and the Charleston Advisor

Tweet Back in May I highlighted Jeffrey Beall’s article in the Charleston Advisor open access archive (the OA archive  is open, unlike the rest of the journal) , an entertaining exposé about several open access publisher websites that don’t describe or respond to questions about peer review or anything else…just register as an author, insert [...]

Share

more... »

Fri, July 16 2010 » Uncategorized » No Comments

In our Madoff age, are there open publishing imitators?

Tweet Remember a couple of years ago when there were smart and careful investors that nevertheless were tempted by the promise of easy money and a facade of offices and statements that masked a scheme that only truly rewarded the perpetrator? Now we have a term for a possible confidence game being played on scientists seeking [...]

Share

more... »

Tue, May 11 2010 » Uncategorized » No Comments