Presented by UQ Library's Angela Hannan

Exploitative academic publishing models have been around for years, but they are not always easy to spot. How can you be sure that open-access journal has peer review? Why is that publisher asking you for money? What is the difference between predatory publishing and journals that simply have poor quality control? This session will help you identify predatory publishing and find the best outlet for the fruits of your labour.

To participate in this workshop please bring along a laptop (if possible).

ECR Researchers are also welcome to attend this workshop. 


Each of these HASS Research HDR Training Workshops in 2021 will be for worth 1 Career Development Scholarship Extension (CDSE) point, with a limit of 5 points (maximum) for eligible CDF Sessions. More information on eligible CDF sessions is located here- Guide to activities required for Career Development Scholarship Extension (CDSE) eligibility.

About HASS Research HDR Training Workshops

These sessions are intended to compliment the workshops already provided by The Graduate School, with content that is more suitable for and specific to HASS HDR students.


Brian Wilson Chancellery (61A)
Senate Room