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Faculty perceptions on publishing research

Pennington, Diane Rasmussen and Swanson, Andree and Akwaowo, Efiong and Zobisch, Paula (2017) Faculty perceptions on publishing research. In: Interactive Collaborative Learning. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 1 . Springer International Publishing AG. ISBN 9783319503363

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Abstract

Today’s researchers have not only the traditional publications, but the open access publishing method whereby research papers can be published via the Internet as well as print publications. Researchers must carefully scrutinize the open access publishers in order to ensure the publication is a legitimate scholarly publication.