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ผลงานวิชาการจอมปลอมใน Open Access โดย รศ.ดร.ธีรยุทธ วิไลวัลย์ ภาควิชาเคมี ...

ผลงานวิชาการจอมปลอมใน Open Access โดย รศ.ดร.ธีรยุทธ วิไลวัลย์ ภาควิชาเคมี คณะวิทยาศาสตร์ จุฬาลงกรณ์มหาวิทยาลัย

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    • ผลงานวิชาการจอมปลอมในผลงานวิชาการจอมปลอมใน Open AccessOpen Access Tirayut Vilaivan Department of ChemistryDepartment of Chemistry Faculty of Science Chulalongkorn University Presented at STKS forum 2013, 27th Jun 2013 • ก ก ! "" ก S&T & ' ( ) * ก , " , - proceedings ก &*8( * ก , - Publish or PerishPublish or Perish • ( 9 (*, ";,<) & 89> ( & ( กก &,!ก ! ? < (! ? 89> ? ก < " (?) ' ( ) * ก *' , 'A!ก ; *< (use & misuse) D - ( - ; ก E ก FกG ก ก - ก 9 ก , ," A " " H H)9 ก , ," A " " H H) • - ก ก * ก (' ก,, ' & < ' ( ) ก ( ) D E * I8 ก (> < Open Access Model N (' ""A!ก < ( & ( & "" ' - I8 ก O, P & 2 Traditional JournalsTraditional Journals • (+) The author do not usually have to pay to get an article published (but some journals do collect a “page charge” from authors). • (+) The publishers need to keep the standard to attract the readers. The readers pay the fee (usually through subscription) to read the article. Open Access JournalsOpen Access Journals The authors pay the “open access” fee so that readers can access the article for free without subscription. • (+) The publishers need to keep the standard to attract the readers. • (-) Copyrights belong to the publisher -> Require permission for reuse of published materials. • (-) The articles can only be accessed with subscription -> Less visibility. • (+) The publication is available for free without subscription -> higher visibility, higher citation, higher impact (assume that people REALLY read before they cite) • (+) Copyrights belong to the author (different from traditional “page charge” ) • (-) Possible conflicts of interest in fee-based OA model -> The question of quality. for free without subscription. 3 Enserink, M. Science 2012, 338, 1018 (23 Nov 12) 4
    • http://www.biomedcentral.com/journals, accessed 25 Jun 2013 5 http://www.plos.org, accessed 25 Jun 2013 6 MDPI (Switzerland)MDPI (Switzerland) http://www.mdpi.com/subject/chem-materials/sci, accessed 05 Oct 20127 Bentham Science (UAE)Bentham Science (UAE) http://benthamscience.com/cmb/MSandI.htm 8
    • HindawiHindawi Publishing Corporation (Egypt)Publishing Corporation (Egypt) http://www.hindawi.com/ai, accessed 05 Oct 20129 Advances in Biological Chemistry Advances in Chemical Engineering and Sci... Advances in Materials Physics and Chemis... Advances in Nanoparticles American Journal of Analytical Chemistry Crystal Structure Theory and Application... Food and Nutrition Sciences Graphene Scientific Research Publishing (China)Scientific Research Publishing (China) Chemistry & Materials Science Food and Nutrition Sciences Graphene Green and Sustainable Chemistry International J. of Nonferrous Metallurg... International Journal of Organic Chemistry J. of Agricultural Chemistry and Environ... J. of Analytical Sciences, Methods and I... Journal of Biomaterials and Nanobiotechnology Journal of Biophysical Chemistry J. of Cosmetics, Dermatological Sciences... J. of Crystallization Process and Techno... J. of Encapsulation and Adsorption Scien... J. of Minerals and Materials Characteriz... J. of Surface Engineered Materials and A... Materials Sciences and Applications Modeling and Numerical Simulation of Mat... Modern Chemotherapy Modern Research in Catalysis Natural Science New Journal of Glass and Ceramics Open Journal of Applied Biosensor Open Journal of Applied Sciences Open Journal of Composite Materials Open Journal of Inorganic ChemistryOpen Journal of Composite Materials Open Journal of Inorganic Chemistry Open J. of Inorganic Non-metallic Materi... Open Journal of Medicinal Chemistry Open Journal of Metal Open Journal of Organic Polymer Materials Open Journal of Physical Chemistry Open Journal of Polymer Chemistry Open Journal of Safety Science and Technology Open J. of Synthesis Theory and Applicat... Optics and Photonics Journal Pharmacology & Pharmacy Soft Soft Nanoscience Letters World Journal of Nano Science and Engineering http://www.scirp.org/journal/Index.aspx, accessed 05 Oct 2012 http://www.omicsonline.org/open-access-journals-list.php 11 How much is the charge ? Examples from various OA publishersHow much is the charge ? Examples from various OA publishers Countries on this list will be charged a publication fee of $500. … PLOS Biology US$2900 PLOS Medicine US$2900 … Philippines Sri Lanka Suriname Thailand MacedoniaTonga Tunisia … PLOS Medicine US$2900 PLOS Computational Biology US$2250 PLOS Genetics US$2250 PLOS Pathogens US$2250 PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases US$2250 PLOS ONE US$1350 http://www.plos.org, accessed 25 Jun 2013 12
    • IF2011 = 3.854 IF2011 = 1.677 How much is the charge ? Examples from various OA publishersHow much is the charge ? Examples from various OA publishers There is another “Polymer” without “s” published by Elsevier (IF = 3.438) IF2011 = 2.386 “Predatory Publishing” http://www.mdpi.com/about/apc, accessed 05 Oct 2012 published by Elsevier (IF = 3.438) 13 Open Access Model Caused National andOpen Access Model Caused National and Worldwide ConcernsWorldwide Concerns 14 Nature 2013, 495, 433-435 (March 2013). 15 16
    • . . . .. . http://www.gotoknow.org/posts/437258 (April 2011) 17 18 19 Examples of Malpractices in SomeExamples of Malpractices in Some Open Access Publishers/JournalsOpen Access Publishers/Journals 20
    • Too Broad, Unfocused ScopesToo Broad, Unfocused Scopes 21 Typographical and Technical ErrorsTypographical and Technical Errors 22 Misleading NamesMisleading Names Journal of Materials Science and Engineering A (ISSN: 2161-6213, JIF = N/A) and Journal of Materials Science and Engineering B (ISSN: 2161-6221, JIF = N/A) . David Publishing Company Materials Science and Engineering A (ISSN: 0921- 5093, JIF 2.003) and Journal of Materials Science and Engineering B (ISSN: 0921-5107, JIF 1.518) . Elsevier 23 Cells (Cell: 32.403) Cancers (Cancer: 4.771) Polymers (Polymer: 3.438) Journal of Glycobiology (Glycobiology: 3.580) Misleading NamesMisleading Names Journal of Glycobiology (Glycobiology: 3.580) Journal of Catalysts (Journal of Catalysis: 6.002) Metabolomics:Open Access (Metabolomics: 4.505) Biosensors (Biosensors & Bioelectronics: 5.602) Clinical & Experimental Cardiology (Clinical Cardiology: 2.151) Journal of Food Processing & Technology International Journal of Biomedical ImagingInternational Journal of Biomedical Imaging Journal of Histology Journal of Nucleic Acids Journal of Functional Biomaterials Organic Chemistry International 24
    • Doubtful Peer Review ProcessDoubtful Peer Review Process Int. J. Sci. Technol. 2012, 1(11), 638.25 The editor-in-chief of a journal is to resign after claiming that the publisher, Bentham Science Publishing, accepted a hoax article for publication without his knowledge. The fake, computer-generated manuscript was submitted to The Open Information ComputerComputer--generated manuscript accepted forgenerated manuscript accepted for publication in openpublication in open--access journalaccess journal The fake, computer-generated manuscript was submitted to The Open Information Science Journal by Philip Davis, a graduate student in communication sciences at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, and Kent Anderson, executive director of international business and product development at The New England Journal of Medicine. They produced the paper using software that generates grammatically correct but nonsensical text, and submitted the manuscript under pseudonyms in late January. Davis says he decided to submit the fake manuscript after receiving several unsolicited invitations by e-mail to submit papers to open-access journals published by Bentham under the author-pays-for-publication model. He wanted to test if the publisher wouldunder the author-pays-for-publication model. He wanted to test if the publisher would "accept a completely nonsensical manuscript if the authors were willing to pay". Davis was informed by Bentham on 3 June that his manuscript was accepted for publication. The publisher requested that Davis pay US$800 to its subscriptions department, based in the United Arab Emirates, before the article was published. At this point, Davis retracted the article. Nature news, 15 Jun 200926 ( *- A- < (! & ก Wikipedia ,< N ; ( 'ก กE ก T,O ก < http://pdos.csail.mit.edu/scigen/ Phil Davis http://scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org/ 2009/06/10/nonsense-for-dollars/ ( 'ก กE ก T,O ก < !< ' ;,< , "" U 8,O กV ' ;( ก & ( O, ( ? ( ก กE;,< 27 When The Publisher is No Longer Doing Its Business…When The Publisher is No Longer Doing Its Business… http://scholarlyoa.com/ 28
    • Once Submitted, You are not Allowed to Withdraw your Manuscript!Once Submitted, You are not Allowed to Withdraw your Manuscript! http://benthamscience.com/cmb/MSandI.htm 29 They Even Charge You for a Retraction Fee!They Even Charge You for a Retraction Fee! 30 Open Access: How to DiscriminateOpen Access: How to Discriminate the Good from the Bad?the Good from the Bad? 31 Another Invitation?Another Invitation? Get your colleagues/supervisor opinions first. 32
    • ISI Web of KnowledgeISI Web of Knowledge 33 ISI Web of KnowledgeISI Web of Knowledge 34 SCImagoSCImago Journal RankingsJournal Rankings 35 Scimago Lab, Copyright 2007-2013. Data Source: Scopus® 36
    • Beall’sBeall’s List:List: Potential, possible, or probable predatory scholarly open-access publisherspublishers http://scholarlyoa.com/publishers/ 37 Not in theNot in the Beall’sBeall’s List?List? This doesn’t mean that the journal is OK. Open Access businessOpen Access business is growing rapidly. New journals appear everyday therefore one cannot expect an individual like Beall to keep updated on everything! Be aware of the dynamic nature of such a list and use it with care! 38 Business Management The publisher...  Demonstrates a lack of transparency in publishing operations.  Has no policies or practices for digital preservation.  Depends on author fees as the sole and only means of operation with no alternative, long-term business plan for sustaining the journal through augmented income sources.  Begins operations with a large fleet of journals, often using a template to quickly create each journal's home page.  Provides insufficient information or hides information about author fees, offering Criteria for DeterminingCriteria for Determining Predatory OpenPredatory Open--AccessAccess PublishersPublishers By Jeffrey Beall 2nd edition / December 1, 2012 Editor and Staff  The publisher's owner is identified as the editor of all the journals published by the organization.  No single individual is identified as the journal's editor.  The journal does not identify a formal editorial / review board.  No academic information is provided regarding the editor, editorial staff, and/or review board members (e.g., institutional affiliation).  Evident data exist showing that the editor and/or review board members do not possess academic expertise to reasonably qualify them to be publication gatekeepers in the journal's field.  Provides insufficient information or hides information about author fees, offering to publish an author's paper and later sending a previously-undisclosed invoice. Integrity  The name of a journal is incongruent with the journal's mission.  The name of a journal does not adequately reflect its origin (e.g., a journal with the word “Canadian” or “Swiss” in its name that has no meaningful relationship to Canada or Switzerland).  The journal falsely claims to have an impact factor, or uses some made up measure (e.g. view factor), feigning international standing.  The publisher sends spam requests for peer reviews to scholars unqualified to review submitted manuscripts.  The publisher falsely claims to have its content indexed in legitimate abstracting gatekeepers in the journal's field.  Two or more journals have duplicate editorial boards (i.e., same editorial board for more than one journal).  The journals have an insufficient number of board members, have concocted editorial boards (made up names), include scholars on an editorial board without their knowledge or permission, have board members who are prominent researchers but exempt them from any contributions to the journal except the use of their names and/or photographs.  The publisher falsely claims to have its content indexed in legitimate abstracting and indexing services or claims that its content is indexed in resources that are not abstracting and indexing services  The publisher dedicates insufficient resources to preventing and eliminating author misconduct, to the extent that the journal or journals suffer from repeated cases of plagiarism, self-plagiarism, image manipulation, and the like.  The publisher asks the corresponding author for suggested reviewers and the publisher subsequently uses the suggested reviewers without sufficiently vetting their qualifications or authenticity. (This protocol also may allow authors to create faux online identities in order to review their own papers). http://scholarlyoa.com/2012/11/30/criteria-for-determining-predatory-open-access-publishers-2nd-edition/ 39 1. Open Access ! "#$$%&ก & ()*+,& () & - , . /ก0 () ) # 1 ,/ &% ก ! 23!4 % 5 %, &* ก % # 2. 23!4 + % 5 5 $*. ,& . % 5 *ก "# * & กก *.7& 8 บทส่งท้ายบทส่งท้าย 2. 23!4 + % 5 5 $*. ,& . % 5 *ก "# * & กก *.7& 8 % 5 5* %&#&/ ก9 :& .*.7&% 5 *.7& , ก&ก9 *#9& ก % 5 Open Access % 5 "&5; &ก < =1 *5, 2 , &ก * impact factor 5) +/&* 1 ,E * 1 impact +/& 2&ก9 , ก5 ( & ก+/& % 5 ก95 $2 ( &( & E < ก+/& 23!4 + % 5 ก9 +/& . ก* 1 ,E ( ,<()"#G & *#9& %,% impact factor +/& . % 23!4 +/& - , &% %* +*# & &.HI&ก& %, %= + ก ! Jก !)%= + ก ! Jก !) 3. &ก% , 3&"# 2% *5, < "&% 5 . *4 Open Access - ,*N , , *.7&% 5 "# , )% # 1 2% * 1 ก% 5 .ก *5,2 < *.7& *.7& , "&% ก ก% , กก% ก9*.7&5 , =%,"#* :& %* ก+/& 40