Predatory Publishers and Your Research

May 18th 2018
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Predatory publishers prey on scholars by charging them a fee to publish or present their work. Publishing with a predatory publisher can be expensive but also career-damaging. Our goal is to help students and faculty alike differentiate between predatory and legitimate publishers.

We’ve worked to create a comprehensive guide on how to identify predatory publishers and conferences. If you’re interested in publishing your work and want to ensure the legitimacy of a journal, feel free to contact us for a consultation at

Contact Info

Wells Library E350
1320 E 10th Street
Bloomington, IN 47405
Jamie Wittenberg
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(812) 855-7769