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Open Access webinar 03/04/17: Not the "Beall' and end-all

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A new monthly webinar on hot OA topics 

Topic #1:  Not the 'Beall' and end all:  the death of the blacklist - April 3

Over the summer break the controversial Beall’s list disappeared from the WWW prompting much speculation about its sudden departure from the publishing landscape.  The list had long been an attempt to document the increasingly troublesome predatory publishing industry, particularly in relation to Open Access publications. But the validity of a black list, curated by a single person was often called into question, as was its value as a resource.   So why did Beall's list fail to shine the light for OA?  And what’s the alternative? 

Dr Andy Pleffer, Manager - Research Assessment and Metrics, Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) and Susan Shrubb, Library Services Coordinator from Macquarie University will address these questions in their presentation:  Not the 'Beall' and end all: the death of the blacklist, the first in a new series of webinars from the Australasian Open Access Strategy Group (AOASG). 

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