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Have you been wondering whether Scopus indexing could be a good fit for your journal or journals? Learn more about what Scopus has to offer and how you can set about navigating its application process in this blog post.

If you work with one or more scholarly journals that don't yet have mobile-ready websites, now's the time for your publishing team to transition to a mobile-friendly design. In this blog post, we break down why journals' mobile browsing experience matters and how to make websites mobile-friendly.

How can journals get closer to having rich metadata and ultimately more discoverable articles? This blog post overviews five machine-readable metadata elements most commonly requested by scholarly communication stakeholders across disciplines that publishers should prioritize.

Are you working with a scholarly society or institution starting a fully Open Access journal or thinking about transitioning one or more titles to fully-OA publishing models and wondering where to begin? In this post, we break down how to determine the best publishing route for your organization and get your OA efforts off the ground.

As the rate of evolution in the scholarly communication landscape continues to accelerate, how can journal publishers become more readily adaptive? A new Scholastica white paper explores how implementing Agile project management principles can help publishers respond to change more effectively.

How much do you know about your online journal readership? If you're not yet tracking publishing analytics, it may not be as much as you think. In this blog post, we're rounding up three analytics areas all journal teams should be assessing and why.

What is the role of Crossref content registration in journal discovery? Scholastica and Crossref dig into how making rich machine-readable metadata deposits to Crossref can help publishers greatly expand the potential reach and impacts of their articles in this free on-demand webinar.

Erich van Rijn, Director of Journals and Open Access at the University of California Press, discusses how he and his team are starting to incorporate Agile methods into publication planning to mitigate risk while testing new journal models.

The Microbiology Society was one of the first small publishers to commit to transitioning from subscription to OA publishing in response to Plan S. In this interview, Gaynor Redvers-Mutton, the society's head of business development & sales, discusses how they rapidly developed a Transformative Agreement.

Scholastica's Co-Founder and CEO Brian Cody took some time to reflect on the lessons Scholastica learned in 2020 as all adjusted to the new normal, the top product updates and resources we announced last year, and what we have planned for 2021 in this blog post.