What will the next iteration of scholarly journal peer review look like? That's the question team Scholastica is pondering this Peer Review Week. Here are the primary issues and innovation areas we're tracking with high-level breakdowns of the latest updates.
In this interview, the University of Pennsylvania Press' Director of Journals, Jocelyn Dawson, and Operations Manager, Paul Chase, share how they're working to develop their journal portfolio and support DEI initiatives at Penn Press and beyond.
What are the DOAJ's latest indexing criteria? And how can you apply to add one or more journals to the DOAJ? We break down everything you need to know in this blog post, including answers to FAQs.
In this new guide to getting journals indexed in the Web of Science Core Collection, we cover the WoS journal selection criteria, how to apply, and answers to FAQs, including insights from the WoS support team.
In this blog post, we're rounding up answers to Google Scholar indexing FAQs for journal publishers and editors, covering the benefits of Google Scholar indexing, how it works, and tips to improve the chances of your articles showing up in Google Scholar search results.
Most journal teams know the importance of getting articles added to reputable scholarly indexes, but how to go about it isn't always as clear. This blog post covers everything you need to know to initiate and keep building upon a successful journal indexing strategy.
At Scholastica, we know publishers and editors often have questions about how to get a journal added to Scopus for the first time. So when Precision Nanomedicine (PRNANO), one of our customers, was accepted into Scopus, we asked the editorial team to share their experience navigating the application process.
Is your editorial board struggling to find peer reviewers for your latest manuscript submissions? This blog post is full of actionable tips to help.
Given how difficult it is to find peer reviewers, it's vital for journal editors to consistently work to build a database of willing candidates and prioritize referee retention initiatives above all else. Here are some tips to help!
The new year is a blank slate (or should we say screen?) of opportunity waiting for your journal team to make its mark! This blog post rounds up five New Year's resolutions for editors to help you get started.