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Evaluating Quality of Publications and Conferences
Evaluating journals, books, and conferences and avoiding deceptive or predatory publishers
While it is important to evaluate publications independently using criteria such as described under Evaluating Journals and Principles of Transparency and Best Practices, the following sources do some vetting of their lists of journals and publications. If a publication is included in any of these sources, that is a point in favor of the publication's reliability, but it is not recommended to rely solely on any "blacklists" or "whitelists" to determine journal quality.
"Deceptive publishers may falsely represent their affiliations. It is best to verify stated affiliations via the website of the organization a journal claims to be affiliated with. The following are some recognized organizations: