Tag:academic journals

As more scholars embrace the benefits of blogging and social media as ways to draw attention to their articles, there are a lot of opportunities for journals to help.

As the scope of digital humanities initiatives continues to evolve and grow, scholars and librarians are surfacing innovative possibilities for the field.

What steps can scholarly journal editors take to attract more high-quality submissions needed to grow the reputation and impact of their journal? This panel-style webinar explores the many angles of this question.

Rather than charge authors article processing fees upon acceptance, some journals charge every author a relatively small manuscript submission fee instead. The benefits of this model are several.

To keep predatory journals off Scholastica, we've developed a set of requirements journals must meet before they can be activated and allowed to accept submissions.

We've hit the ground running this year - deploying a long list of improvements and new features to make the gantlet of scholarly publishing more streamlined and less stressful.

A Library Sciences Masters student, recently sent us a Slideshare presentation titled, 'What's Wrong With Scholarly Publishing Today?'by Bjorn Brembs . It provided a ton of illuminating data on problems that scientists see with academic publishing.