Journal of Scholarly Publishing

(The TQCC of Journal of Scholarly Publishing is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
Continuity of Academic Library Services during the Pandemic: The University of Toronto Libraries’ Response19
An Analysis of Recently Retracted Articles by Authors Affiliated with Hospitals in Mainland China15
Nigerian Academics Patronizing Predatory Journals9
Do Tenure and Promotion Policies Discourage Publications in Predatory Journals?8
Publication History: A Double-DOI-Based Method for Storing and/or Monitoring Information about Published and Corrected Academic Literature6
Book Publishing in the Humanities and Social Sciences in Australia, Part One: Understanding Institutional Pressures and the Funding Context5
Branding Spin-Off Scholarly Journals: Transmuting Symbolic Capital into Economic Capital5
An Analysis of Spam from Predatory Publications in Library and Information Science4
Author Choice of Journal Type Based on Income Level of Country4
Forming an Intellectual Community of Practice for Scholarly Writing at a Professionally Focused University3
Do Journals’ Author Guidelines Tell Us What We Need to Know about Plagiarism?3
Chinese PhD Students’ Perceptions of Predatory Journals: A Survey Study3
Achieving a Professorship with Proper Academic Merit: Discouraging Questionable Publishing3
Predatory and Legitimate Open Access Journals in Language and Linguistics: Where do they Part Ways?3
Multilingual Scholars’ Experiences in Publishing in the Social Sciences and Humanities2
The Internationalization of Chinese English-Language Humanities and Social Science Journals2
Evaluating the Factors Affecting Scholarly Communication of Journal Articles on Social and News Media: An Altmetric Study2
The A to Zoom of Digital Book Events: How One Press Managed the Overnight Transition to Virtual Events Due to Coronavirus2
Strategies to Increase the Number of Open Access Journals: The Cases of Elsevier and Springer Nature2
Career Difficulties That Chinese Academic Journal Editors Face and Their Causes2
The Impact of the COVID-19 Crisis on Scholarly Publishing in China2
The Role of the Editor of an Academic Publication Blog2
Book Publishing in the Humanities and Social Sciences in Australia, Part Two: Author Motivation, Audience, and Publishing Knowledge1
Open Citations as a Tool for Bibliometric Verification and Transparency and for Correcting Erroneous References1
International Engagement or Local Commitment? Investigating the Publication Practices of Chinese Returnee Scholars in the Humanities and Social Sciences1
Predatory Journals: Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Literature Published between 2012 and 20211
Predatory Journals in Journalism and Mass Communication: A Case Study of Deceptions1
Testing and Refining Scholarly Communications Workflows and Work Habits for the Digital Age1
Why Would a Professor Self-Publish a Book?1
Gender and the Academy of Management Journal: A Thirty-Year Study1
A ‘Thankless Task’? My Work as a Book Review Editor1
Dannelle D. Stevens. Write More, Publish More, Stress Less! Five Key Principles for a Creative and Sustainable Scholarly Practice1