The Scholastica team read this amazing post by Timothy Gowers where he uncovers how much universities are actually paying for Elsevier journals. We worried that casual readers might miss some of the great punchlines within the 10,000+ word post, so we thought we could help spread the great work Timothy Gowers is doing by creating an infographic. The graphic we created is below - feel free to share!
An Infographic View of Gowers's Elsevier Exposé
What is academic-led publishing? Why does it matter? And what are examples of academic-led publishing initiatives? These were some of the core questions addressed during the first Academic-Led Publishing Day. In this post, we share some highlights from the day.
The new 2nd edition of the Definitive Guide to Digital Journal Publishing covers everything you need to know to develop more digitally-driven publishing practices and improve your journal's online presence.
We're excited to welcome Alexander Grossmann to The Open Access Stories blog series! Share this story and your own on Twitter by using the hashtag - #MyOAStory.
To keep predatory journals off Scholastica, we've developed a set of requirements journals must meet before they can be activated and allowed to accept submissions.
Michele Avissar-Whiting, video operations manager at Research Square, discusses their new Video Bytes and how researchers are using video to make articles more visible online and accessible to wider audiences.
Mathematician Asks Peers How They Feel About Scholarly Journal Publishing: Interview with Mark C. Wilson
Mark E. Wilson from the University of Auckland made a survey where he solicits thoughts from his peers on models for academic journal publishing.