Researchers are more likely to visit and frequent journal websites that provide relevant search results fast. At Scholastica, we get that, and it's why we're continually introducing improvements to optimize the Scholastica Open Access Journal Publishing Platform for web browsers and on-site search. Learn about the latest search features in this blog post.
One of the most exciting aspects of supporting Open Access journals for the Scholastica team is learning about their publication development journeys. In this interview, Jenn Pickering, managing editor of The Sedimentary Record, discusses how they reached the milestones of their 100th article published and a successful editorial board transfer following a journal expansion initiative.
At Scholastica, we don't think peer review system configuration should have to equal complexity or added costs. Here's how we're making submission form customization easier for editors — no need to wade through multi-page manuals or pay for bespoke development work.
In this interview, the University of Pennsylvania Press' Director of Journals, Jocelyn Dawson, and Operations Manager, Paul Chase, share how they're working to develop their journal portfolio and support DEI initiatives at Penn Press and beyond.
In this blog post, we're rounding up answers to Google Scholar indexing FAQs for journal publishers and editors, covering the benefits of Google Scholar indexing, how it works, and tips to improve the chances of your articles showing up in Google Scholar search results.
In our latest blog post, Scholastica CEO and co-founder Brian Cody takes some time to share a recap of 2022 and a sneak peek at what we have planned for the year ahead.
At Scholastica, we're developing our OA Journal Hosting Platform to make tracking core publishing stats easier than ever. This blog post covers everything you need to know about our analytics suite for publishers and editors and new public-facing metrics pages, including the latest features.
In this interview, Independent Musicologist and Disability Activist Tekla Babyak (Ph.D., Musicology, Cornell, 2014) discusses her experience as an academic living with MS and shares steps scholarly journal publishers and editors can take to better support authors with disabilities.
To help promote conversations and initiatives happening around climate justice in scholarly publishing this Open Access Week, Scholastica is highlighting seven ways academy journal publishers can facilitate climate justice from the grassroots. We invite you to share additional ideas and examples in the comments section!
AIB Insights' lead editor William Newburry discusses how the journal's team approached the transition from editorial review to peer review and why they chose to use Scholastica. Since then, they've maintained speedy publication times, expanded from four yearly issues to five, and grown their readership.