Predatory fake journals (PFJ)

“Researchers from 146 countries got their articles published in PFJs”. Source

Often scientists are unaware of the hidden and predatory practice of the publishers. This predatory practice is threatening the whole scientific system.

Here you can find a list of possible predatory publishers. On this list you find publishers offering journals in the TVET field. Often these journals use similar names as trustworthy journals!

The list of possible predatory publishers and the service Think Check Submit help researchers to distinguish between predatory fake journals and trustworthy journals.

Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. Michael Gessler, Editor-in-Chief
International Journal for Research in Vocational Education and Training (IJRVET)