Scholastica Co-Founder and Lead Designer Rob Walsh reflects on the team's approach to developing a new and improved Manuscripts Table for the Scholastica Peer Review System and his thoughts on supporting the growing scholarly communication ecosystem.
We just released a new and improved version of the Scholastica Peer Review System Manuscripts Table — journals' submission management hub. The new Manuscripts Table features advanced filtering options while maintaining an optimal UX to support smarter, speedier (and more enjoyable!) publishing workflows. Read on for the details!
Researchers are more likely to visit and frequent journal websites that provide relevant search results fast. At Scholastica, we get that, and it's why we're continually introducing improvements to optimize the Scholastica Open Access Journal Publishing Platform for web browsers and on-site search. Learn about the latest search features in this blog post.
This year's Peer Review Week theme got Scholastica's co-founders thinking about how we're working to future-proof our peer review software and support efforts to future-proof the complex and growing ecosystem of scholarly communication tools and technologies more broadly. Here's what they had to say.
At Scholastica, we don't think peer review system configuration should have to equal complexity or added costs. Here's how we're making submission form customization easier for editors — no need to wade through multi-page manuals or pay for bespoke development work.
Thinking about using Scholastica for peer review management? Here's everything you need to know about migrating one or more journals to our peer review system and the latest features to streamline your editorial workflows and make life easier for editors, authors, and reviewers.
We're excited to announce the ability to add CRediT fields to Scholastica's peer review system submission form and machine-readable metadata exports, as well as the option to include CRediT details in the body and metadata of articles typeset or published via Scholastica.
For journals to operate smoothly, aligning team members, processes, and systems is a must. In this blog post, we highlight four stories from academic institutions and scholarly societies about how they're closing the loop between peer review and publishing at their journals with the help of Scholastica using our latest features.
Now, in addition to being able to set manuscript viewing permissions by editor, journal admins can individually designate which editors can make decisions in Scholastica's peer review system. Learn more!
We're excited to announce ROR institutional identifier support for Scholastica's peer review system, production service, and open access publishing platform, making Scholastica one of the first journal software providers to integrate with ROR. Get the details!