In the past few weeks, we've introduced some exciting updates to Scholastica's typesetting service to better serve the needs of journals across disciplines. We're making it easier for editors to submit articles for typesetting, giving journals new options for styling their PDF articles, and more.
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.
Are you in the process of starting an open access journal, or are you planning to transition an existing journal to an OA publishing model? In this post we break out all the steps to get an OA publication up and running.
While every academic journal editor may not be involved in article and issue production, it's important that all editors understand the phases of the production process and how they relate to peer review. In this post, we break down the primary production steps how they can impact all aspects of your publication.
What will it take to make the majority of scholarship open access so anyone can read it without a paywall? Scholastica Co-Founder and CEO Brian Cody argues it all depends on people getting behind new ways of publishing.
Are you minding the gap between peer review and publishing at your journal? Here are 3 common causes of gaps in process and how to avoid them.
At Scholastica, we saw an opportunity to make typesetting journal articles a lot easier using technology. In this post we go behind the scenes of our new typesetting service, which takes the legwork out of formatting manuscripts by using advanced software to generate HTML, PDF, and XML articles all at once.
In this post, we look at 3 areas of manuscript submissions and peer review that can test authors' trust in your journal and how to address them.
Despite the benefits of embracing modern innovations, some industries have been slow to adopt them - academic publishing being a prime example. In the post below, we break out 3 vestiges of print publishing that journals are holding onto online and why it's holding them back.
There are certain considerations OA journal teams should keep in mind when choosing which peer review and publishing tools and systems to use. In this post, we outline 3 things to consider.