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Homepage / 19 February – Predatory publishing webinar 

19 February – Predatory publishing webinar 


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Predatory publishing: What is it and how can you avoid it?
Wednesday 19 February, 1-2pm

Have you ever been approached to submit an article to a journal you are unsure of? Or submit your thesis to a publisher you have never heard of? Or even been invited to join an editorial board? Join us for a brief guide to predatory publishing, why you need to know, and how to avoid being caught out by it…

The webinar will be led by Mandy Smith, Information Specialist and Research Support Coordinator at Barrington Library. It will consist of a short presentation, followed by discussion and your questions on the topic.

It is open to any Cranfield staff member or student interested in research.

You will be able to access the webinar both on and off campus, but you will need to book a place through the DATES system on the intranet.

Once you have booked, you will be sent a Webex link for your chosen session. We’ll also send you a reminder shortly before the session. Look out for the emails!

Book now


This forms part of a series of monthly webinars covering topics such as Open Access, setting up an ORCID, and using CORD. Find out about future sessions.


Image by Andreas Breitling from Pixabay

Written by: Karyn Meaden-Pratt

Written By: Tom Jaycocks

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