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.
Scholastica announces the release of our first report on The State of Journal Production and Access. The report details the results of a global survey of scholarly society and university publishers on how they are approaching journal production and access now and in the future.
In this blog post, we break down answers to some of the most common journal indexing questions, covering everything you need to know to initiate and keep building upon a successful indexing strategy.
Jabin White, Vice President of Content Management for JSTOR and Portico, shares his thoughts on how metadata quality can be improved across academia, and how publishers can move from basic metadata concepts to creating enhanced metadata.
Scholastica announces the release of a Product Roadmap detailing new features to help journals comply with Plan S and sustainably meet core technical publishing standards.
The quality of the machine-readable metadata associated with academic journal articles is virtually as important as the quality of the research itself. In this post, we overview the role of machine-readable metadata in article discovery and how Scholastica is helping journals produce the rich machine-readable metadata they need.
Metadata 2020's chief coordinator Laura Paglione discusses how the initiative got started and the stakeholders involved. The goal of Metadata 2020 is to understand how metadata is being used throughout the research lifecycle and to develop recommendations for improvement.
In this interview, head of metadata at Crossref Patricia Feeney discusses metadata best practices and how journals can use Participation Reports to tell if they are sending Crossref rich machine-readable metadata.