Resource to help identify and avoid predatory publishers?

Posted by Brian Cody, community karma 160432
What resources do you use to help identify and avoid predatory journals? 

This question came up as the Scholastica team worked on a recent blog post to make more clear that as we support the Open Access movement, we also have a responsibility and a desire to stop predatory publishing.

We link to Jeffrey Beall's oft-cited criteria for predatory Open Access journals, which is is a great list of qualities and behaviors that denote predatory publishers. 

Beall focuses on Open Access journals – what about for non-OA? And are there any other resources authors or reviewers use to verify that a journal, especially a new journal, is not a predatory publisher?
over 9 years ago