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Predatory? Journal Evaluation Resources for The Medical Sciences: SUPPLEMENTARY RESOURCES

This Libguide is intended for use by lecturers and graduate students of the Faculty of Medical Sciences, as well as other UWI researchers/students of the UWI, St Augustine.

INASP

 INASP JOURNALS ONLINE 

  • ACCESS INFORMATION: This is a free, publicly available Internet website.

International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications: The Journals Online (JOLs) project aimed to provide increased the visibility, accessibility and quality of peer-reviewed journals published in developing countries so that the research outputs produced in these countries can be found, shared and used more effectively.

 

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  • For journals published in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Vietnam, Philippines, Central American and Mongolia: use International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications to see if the title is hosted on this platform.

AFRICAN JOURNALS ONLINE -- HEALTH

AFRICAN JOURNALS ONLINE -- HEALTH

  • ACCESS INFORMATION: This is a free, publicly available Internet website.

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  • African Journals OnLine (AJOL) cites itself as the world’s largest online library of peer-reviewed, African-published scholarly journals. For journals published in Africa use this website to see if the journal is hosted on this medical journals platform.

COPE

COPE: COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATION ETHICS

  • ACCESS INFORMATION: This is a free, publicly available Internet website.

COPE provides education and educate and support to editors, publishers and those involved in publication ethics with the ultimate goals of normalizing publication ethics globally.
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Does the publisher belong to the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)?

OASPA

OASPA

  • ACCESS INFORMATION: This is a free, publicly available Internet website.

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  • Is the journal publisher a member of the the Open Access Scholarly Publishers’ Association (OASPA)?