Jeffrey Beall, Associate Professor

Auraria Library Staff Directory

Scholarly Communications Librarian
Department: Administrative Services


Jeffrey's Role at Auraria Library

Jeffrey works with other library colleagues to inform the campus about the rapidly-evolving world of scholarly communication. An expert in scholarly publishing, Jeffrey advises on topics such as open-access publishing, research misconduct, increasing research impact, and copyright. He is available to speak to classes or at meetings and to consult individually on topics related to research communication.

Professional Affiliations and Service

Member, University of Colorado Denver, Vice-Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Reappointment, Tenure and Promotion

Member, American Library Association

Member, Association of College and Research Libraries

Member, Society for Scholarly Publishing

Select Publications

Fox, M. & Beall, J. (2014). Advice for plagiarism whistleblowers. Ethics & Behavior 24.5:341-349.

Beall J. (2013). Medical publishing triage: Chronicling predatory open access publishers. Annals of Medicine and Surgery 2.2:1-3. [Invited].

Beall, J. (2013). Scholarly publishing free for all. College Quarterly 16.2. [Invited].

Beall, J. (2012). Five scholarly open access publishers. The Charleston Advisor 13.4:5-10.

Beall, J. (2012). Predatory publishers are corrupting open access. Nature 489.7415:179 [Invited].

Education

B.A. California State University, Northridge, 1982
M.A. Oklahoma State University, 1987
M.S.L.S University of North Carolina, 1990

More About Jeffrey

Jeffrey's hobby is taking pictures of everything related to Colorado and sharing the pictures on Wikipedia.


Contact
Jeffrey.Beall@ucdenver.edu
Office: 303-556-5936
Website: people.auraria.edu/Jeffrey_Beall/

Location
Auraria Library
Room 118-15
1100 Lawrence St.
Campus Box 101
Denver, CO 80204

Links
Personal website

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