Since making the switch to using Scholastica software for manuscript tracking, article production, and open access publishing, the Spartan Medical Research Journal has found that its peer-review process is smoother for editors and authors, its digital reading experience is more engaging, and the journal has the XML it needs to pursue new indexing opportunities.
At Scholastica, we believe that all journals should be able to have rich machine-readable metadata without technical hassles or manual work. So we're making metadata production easier through smart automations. In this post, we overview the role of metadata in article discovery and how Scholastica is helping journals get the rich machine-readable metadata they need.
Annie Gering, Publishing Editor at RTI Press, discusses how RTI improved its peer review experience for editors, authors, and reviewers and started producing articles in more index-optimized digital formats with the help of Scholastica in this interview.
Indexing is paramount to expanding the reach and reputation of scholarly journals — but it's not always easy. That's why Scholastica is introducing tools and services to help. Learn about the latest steps we're taking to help journals reach their discovery goals with less manual work and fewer technical headaches.
Looking to add one or more journals to PubMed Central, but not sure where to start? Scholastica Co-Founder and CEO Brian Cody presented an overview of how to apply during LPForum 2020. Here are the key takeaways from his presentation and the full recording.
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.
We caught up with PubMed Central (PMC) Program Manager Kathryn Funk to get answers to some of the most common questions that we hear from journal publishers about PubMed and the related literature databases at the National Library of Medicine (NLM), MEDLINE and PMC.
Journal publishers that want their articles to show up in relevant abstracting and indexing databases must submit article information to them in machine-readable formats. If you only publish journal articles in human-readable formats, like PDFs, you're likely missing out on valuable indexing opportunities.
Now journals publishing on Scholastica can add a custom page to their website and journals using Scholastica's Production Service will get Google Scholar links in all of their references. Check out these latest features!
Ashley Amaya, editor-in-chief of Survey Practice, discusses why they moved journal peer review and publishing to Scholastica to centralize their workflows, and how Scholastica typesetting has enabled them to publish mobile-friendly articles faster.