[Esip-preserve] How to cite the works of the committee

Mark A. Parsons parsonsm at nsidc.org
Fri Aug 31 13:22:01 EDT 2012

And here's the article Bruce mentions (may require subscription). http://cacm.acm.org/magazines/2012/7/151235-predatory-scholarly-publishing/fulltext

Interesting at a time when AGU has just partnered with a commercial publisher.


On 31 Aug 2012, at 11:04 AM, Jeff de La Beaujardiere wrote:

> On 2012-08-31 10:17, Bruce Barkstrom wrote:
>> There's been some interesting discussion about the economics of citations
>> in several places.  I seem to recall a discussion back about 2001 in DLib
>> where publishing companies (Elsevier, et al.) were using citations to squeeze
>> libraries.  More recently, there was an editorial in CACM on predatory scholarship.
> Off topic: My curiosity about your mention of "predatory scholarship" led me to this web site by an academic librarian trying to identify bogus for-profit journals and publishers: http://ScholarlyOA.com/ <http://scholarlyoa.com/>
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