SNRE Wednesday Seminar - Shared screen with speaker view
Dave Breshears has half of those publications!
There is one other huge “con” to traditional business model: authors assign their copyright to the publisher rather than retain copyright to their own work.
Please note that not all open access journals charge article processing charges. Many OA journals are subsidized by scholarly societies, funders, or other funding models.
Donald A Falk
Are citation indices useful for separating out journal quality (e.g. those of questionable quality)?
Steven R Archer
I’ve received many invitations to serve on editorial boards of potentially questionable journals. They seem to be casting a broad net and fishing
Jeanne Pfander, UArizona
Ellen Dubinsky is our Scholarly Communications librarian!
Great stuff Dave! Thanks for doing this!
Steven R Archer
Interesting and informative overview! Thanks Dave!
Thanks very much, Dave! Very cool photos.
Thanks! Really informative
ALEJANDRO GANESH MARIN MENDEZ
Thanks Dave, very instructive! and cool pics
Thanks for the information and great backyard wildlife. Just an aside on urban wildlife, today, I saw a round tailed ground squirrel crossing Swan at Grant, using the cross-walk, with the light! Safety first :)
I would not recommend to a student to publish in a journal that I wouldn't consider for myself to publish in.
John Dunford Guthrie
Probably the only thing using the cross-walk at Swan and Grant.
Is there a recording of your full presentation available somewhere?
Jose R Soto
Great lecture! Thanks David!
What are ABOR's rights to your work
Not this one, the full one
Excellent talk Dr. Dave. I have a question. What do you think about funding sources that require you to publish your results in a specific journal?