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Re: [xmca] FW: Invitation to Submit an Article
Thanks, Helen. This is now the third such solicitation, each from a different journal, all in education as a field, that's surfaced here in 2 days.
Word must be out that there's money to be made!
As a former and long time journal editor, I can tell you that you can't get reviews of manuscripts from well-respected researchers in less than about 2 months (collectively, for 3 reviewers, if you're lucky). Any one promising less than that is probably not bothering to get reviews from top people. Or maybe from any people ...
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On Mar 4, 2012, at 2:46 PM, Helen Grimmett wrote:
> Funny this topic has come up here, as I received the below email just a few
> days ago. Is this a fishy one too? The appeal to vanity is pretty clear in
> the line " I have had an opportunity to read your paper: Informing new
> string programmes: Lessons learned from an Australian experience which was
> published in British Journal of Music Education. Volume 28, Issue 3, 2011.
> Through your works, I know you are an expert in the field of education."
> I was the fourth named author of this article and only worked on the first
> draft of it as a Research Assistant before I even began my PhD 3 years ago,
> so I hardly think that a reader of this one article can be assured that I
> am an expert in education! With my suspicions already aroused, the later
> mention of a publication fee (which is pretty easy to miss - but I did see
> it) sent this email to the bin until this thread made me dig it out again
> and look a bit closer. The website certainly looks pretty legit and I
> finally found that the publication fee is $400US. With the promised
> turnaround time of 1-2 weeks for review I can see how junior academics
> under the pump to publish might be tempted - but impoverished PhD students
> who have been turned off trying to enter academia certainly won't be!
> Dear Helen Grimmett,
> I'm the editor of International Education Studies (ISSN 1913-9020) which is
> a peer-reviewed journal, bimonthly, published in February, April, June,
> August, October and December by Canadian Center of Science and
> Education<http://ccsenet.org/web/>(CCSE). I have had an opportunity to
> read your paper: Informing
> new string programmes: Lessons learned from an Australian experience which
> was published in British Journal of Music Education. Volume 28, Issue 3,
> 2011. Through your works, I know you are an expert in the field of
> International Education Studies is an open access journal publishes (ISSN
> 1913-9020) *original unpublished* quality research work. A scholarly peer
> reviewed journal deals with the disciplines of education studies. It is
> included in the below list: *DOAJ*, *EBSCOhost*, *ProQuest*,
> *Ulrich's*, *Library
> and Archives Canada* and so on… Please find more information at:
> IES publish research work of considerable interest that contributes to
> theoretical bases of contemporary developments in the field of education.
> You can submit your work as an email attachment at: email@example.com for
> publication or submit manuscripts online at
> *Paper Selection and Publication Process*
> a) Upon receipt of paper submission, the Editor sends an E-mail of
> confirmation to the corresponding author within 1-3 working days. If you
> fail to receive this confirmation, your submission/email may be missed.
> b) Peer review. We use double-blind system for peer-review; both
> reviewers and authors’ identities remain anonymous. The paper will be
> peer-reviewed by three experts; one is an editorial staff and the other two
> are external reviewers. The review process may take 1-2 weeks.
> c) Notification of the result of review by E-mail.
> d) The authors revise paper and pay publication fee.
> e) After publication, the corresponding author will receive two
> copies of printed journals, free of charge. If you want to keep more
> copies, please contact with the editor before making an order.
> f) E-journal in PDF available on the journal’s webpage, free of
> charge for download.
> Authors should write and format their manuscript according to guidelines
> given at http://ccsenet.org/web/submissionguide.html.
> IES encourages submission in but not limited to subjects of education,
> training and educational administration and applied work in the field of
> higher education and relevant subjects. The journal is published in both
> printed and online versions. The online version is free access and
> IES also invite qualified researchers to join editorial team as reviewers.
> If you are interested, please find the application form and details at:
> More information about our journal, please log on its website:
> http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ies/index or contact with us at:
> It is highly appreciated if you could share the above message to your
> colleagues and academic networks. Thanks!
> Best Regards
> Chris Lee
> International Education Studies
> Canadian Center of Science and Education
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> Helen Grimmett
> PhD Student, Teaching Associate
> Faculty of Education
> Monash University, Peninsula Campus
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