UTSePress hosts and supports a number of open access, scholarly, peer reviewed journals.
Setting up table of contents, alerts in Library databases and RSS feeds
A journal database alert can email you the table of contents for the latest issues of your favourite journals as soon as they are published, enabling you to keep up to date with the most recent articl
And so Part 2 begins ...
Do we really have a problem with low quality academic journals? This post by Witold Kieńć from openscience was made in late January, but I only found it this morning. He discusses the problems surrounding the hunt for better impact factors and the imperative to publish or perish in order to improve academic reputation. Witold asks whether low quality journals are really that much of a problem, but recognises the issue with predatory and poor quality journals. Whilst some see the latter as a waste of public money, Witold says they do no harm to knowledge development. Furthermore, if such publications are blocked we may well be preventing the development of excellent quality journals for years simply because they are new or innovating in new ways. Witold says the "noise" created by such journals can easily be filtered.