If you are contacted by an unknown publisher soliciting your work, or if you are considering publishing in a newly established journal, you should carefully evaluate the publisher to ensure it is legitimate. The directories listed on this page will help you find reputable journals. The other pages in this guide will help you to identify and avoid disreputable journals.
Cabells has set itself the task of policing predatory publishing. Faculty and students seeking to publish their work in scholarly journals can use Cabells to assess the stature and integrity of the journals they are considering. The Predatory Reports list allows a researcher to see which journals are violating best practices and specifically what they are doing wrong..
accounting, economics and finance, management, marketing, educational curriculum and methods, education psychology and administration, educational technology and library science, psychology and psychiatry, computer science and business information systems, health administration, nursing, mathematics, astronomy, biological science, chemistry, geology, oceanography, physics
Dates of Coverage:
at least annually
more than 11,000 journals in the Journalytics database
more than 15,000 journals in the Predatory Reports database