Something to help identify a predatory publisher

« So…we’re now into May and Beall’s Lists don’t seem to be making a come-back anytime soon. Are there any other websites that can help when trying to identify known, or at least, suspected predatory publishers? The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) embarked on a major project of contacting and making all journals re-apply for inclusion in their list of open access journals. They have made available a rather useful DOAJ: journals added and removed spread-sheet listing the journals which have been added and removed from the list and also those that failed to submit an application. (…) »

source >, Joyce Templeton, 5 mai 2017