Libraries are shifting to be not only keepers of scholarship but also participants in content creation, by supporting journal publishing, disseminating data from digital repositories, and more.
The first time scholars are invited to review for your journal, they will likely have many questions about your review process. Take steps to guide them.
Here's the top news in academia this month in open access, academic publishing, higher education, and more.
Having a plan in place to quickly and efficiently bring on new editors can smooth editorial board transitions and help spur positive innovations at your journal.
As more academics seek to find and share research on the web, innovations in digital journal publishing and promotion are becoming more important than ever.
If you're planning on revamping your journal's website, here are seven questions your editorial board should ask yourselves before getting started.
The OA Journal Starter Kit has all the information you'll need to get a new open access journal up and running.
Scholastica's public-facing webpages just got a new look! We hope the redesign will improve our user experience, by offering a more comprehensive overview of what we do and why we do it.
In order to get quality submissions you need to tell authors exactly what your journal is about and exactly how their articles should look when they hit your desk.
We took a snapshot of top news in academia surrounding: academic publishing, the open access and open data movements, publication metrics and more.