Updates to help editors more easily track individual manuscripts during peer review and increase the discoverability of articles published on Scholastica.

In the coming months Scholastica is rolling out website templates designed for academic journals. You choose the images, colors, branding, and custom domain for your website. Get the details!

We've added a new Browse Articles page to the Scholastica website to showcase all articles published on Scholastica. Get the details!

We've completely redesigned Scholastica's journal profiles to make your journal's articles stand out more to readers and give your team new content customization opportunities.

New features to help you tailor your journal's peer review and publishing process, including: reviewer tags, Digital Object Identifier metadata, and custom journal subdomains.

We've rebuilt publishing from the ground up to make it even more efficient for your journal, with new functionality and an improved design.

Scholastica has integrated with electronic pre-print repository arXiv. Now journals in fields supported by arXiv can choose to allow authors to import their submissions via arXiv links.

This month, we updated Scholastica's journal profile pages, giving them a more modern look and feel and enhanced in-page editing functionality.

Scholastica manuscript decisions just got revamped. Now decision making is a simple 3-step process, including functionality for editors to edit referee comments.

We've rolled out some great features including: bulk manuscript tagging, the ability for editors to upload files to decision letters, and more.