Cabell's Blacklist Review Board has developed a list of criteria to evaluate and identify the questionable or deceptive journals and the publishers who have adopted predatory practices.
http://www2.cabells.com/blacklist-criteria ( if this link does not work with your browser, use this alternate link:
A handout containing 12 questions to identify the characteristics of predatory publishers developed by Judit H Ward, a Library Faculty at Rutgers University, can be found here:
The World Association of Medical Editors (WAME) has compiled a list of criteria to identify predatory or pseudo journals. This document is available at:
A list of samples of wordings used in predatory publishers' e-mail invitations sent to the targeted authors is available at:
The librarians at the William H. Hannon Library of Loyola Marymount University have developed a rubric for evaluating journals. You will find the rubrics at: