Tag:academic journal publishing

Are you wondering which promotion approaches have the most potential for scholarly journals? In this blog post, we round up seven examples of great digital promotion from journals across disciplines to inspire your current or future promotion efforts.

At Scholastica, we're working to support publishers taking fully open access Plan S compliance routes. In this post, we overview steps journals using Scholastica's software and services can take to start preparing for Plan S.

If you still have questions about Plan S, you're not alone. As new and revised guidelines are introduced to the developing OA initiative, there's a lot for journal publishers to unpack. In this post, we provide up-to-date answers to the top FAQs we've heard.

In this interview, Jennifer Mahar, Executive Peer Review Manager at Origin Editorial, shares how she uses data insights to iteratively improve areas of peer review within editorial control, like the time it takes to complete manuscript quality checks, as well as areas outside of editorial control, like reviewer response rates.

With ingenuity and attention to detail, there are many aspects of journal operations that can be optimized to cut down publication time. In this post, we look at four ways journals can decrease days to manuscript decision to publish new articles faster.

In this post, we round up some of the latest Plan S reports and resources to help make navigating the transition timeline a little easier. We will continue to add updates and new resources to this list as they become available.

Where are the biggest scholarly publishing advances occurring? In this blog post, we look at five trends to watch in the new year.

Scholastica Co-Founder and CEO Brian Cody reflects on the steps Scholastica took to better support users in 2019 and all that Scholastica users accomplished last year. He also gives a preview of what Scholastica has in store for the year ahead to continue providing our user community with the best experience possible.

Peter Coles, Editor-in-Chief of The Open Journal of Astrophysics, and Christian Gogolin, founding editor of Quantum, share why they chose to publish their journals via the arXiv overlay model and how they believe overlay journals will contribute to greater equity in OA.

This OA Week, we're highlighting some of the many ways that the academic community is working to promote greater equity in OA publishing. Are there other examples that you think should be included in this post? Let us know, and we'll add them!