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In this blog post, we overview how Google Scholar works, the benefits of Google Scholar indexing, and what you need to know to have your journal articles added to Google Scholar.

The 2019 ISMTE North American conference brought together stakeholders across the scholarly publishing landscape with sessions ranging from editorial office management to the future of open access. Here are some highlights.

When you think about the role of journal publishers in the research lifecycle, content production and dissemination are two givens. But what about content preservation? In this post, we overview the different archiving options available and best practices for open access journals.

Anna Tolwinska, Member Experience Manager at Crossref, breaks down how to apply to become a Crossref member to register Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) for the journals you publish and the key benefits.

What are the DOAJ's 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.

When will the history books say was the major turning point towards a lower cost and open access publishing model? Scholastica Co-Founder and CEO Brian Cody shares why he believes the time is now, and the steps Scholastica is taking to help journals prepare for Plan S and to support any publishing organization looking to publish high-quality open access journals at an affordable cost.

When a scholar visits an open access journal's website for the first time, they look for certain markers of publication quality. Chief among them are well-outlined peer review policies. In this post, we outline the primary elements to include in journal peer review policies and best practices to follow.

If you still have questions about what Plan S is exactly and how it will affect the journals you publish or work with, you're not alone. We decided to compile this FAQ blog post to provide answers to some of the most common questions we've heard from our journal users based on the information available now.

If you work with a paywalled journal that is considering flipping or you're launching a new OA journal, now is the timeā€”but you may be wondering where to begin. On the road to OA, your team needs to map out a clear route and ensure they have the tools to reach their destination.

For academic journals to operate smoothly, aligning team members, processes, and systems is a must. In this blog post, we highlight three stories from academic institutions and scholarly societies about how they're using Scholastica to close the loop between peer review and publishing at their journals.