Beall’s List of Predatory Open-Access Publishers
This is a list of potential, possible, or probable predatory scholarly open-access publishers compiled by Jeffrey Beall:
To view the last version visit the Internet Archive at https://web.archive.org/web/20170103170850/https://scholarlyoa.com/publishers/.
Copyright Crash Course
Copyright Crash Course was developed by Georgia Harper and this a guide that provides an overview of important copyright issues. Copyright Crash Course: http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/
Digitization 101: CopyrightX Lectures
The open course on copyright from Harvard, which was prepared and delivered by Prof. William Fisher was made available to the public, along with other resources. http://copyx.org/
Plagiarism Detection Services
Turnitin is partnering with ProQuest to include more than 300,000 dissertations and theses into the Turnitin comparison database. This addition enhances Turnitin’s repository of 20 billion current and archived web pages, 200 million student papers and more than 110 million articles from scholarly publications.
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ProQuest/UMI Copyright Guide
The ProQuest/UMI Copyright Guide provides information on how to avoid copyright infringement and the guide includes sample permission letters that can be sent to the copyright holder. ProQuest Copyright Guide: