We're excited to announce that Scholastica is now a Library Publishing Coalition sponsor. We share LPC's vision for a scholarly publishing landscape that is open, inclusive, and sustainable and we're thrilled to support the organization as it works towards this aim.
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.
In this post we highlight two of the many impressive academic-led journals using Scholastica software for peer review and open access publishing - Discrete Analysis and Advances in Combinatorics.
Scholastica announces a new guide to help scholars and institutions navigate the many avenues for running academy-owned open access journals and facilitating community-led publishing models - The Essentials of Academic-Led Journal Publishing.
Three ways that academic journals can better acknowledge and support the vast network of ESL authors to help them navigate manuscript preparation and to encourage more global research policy and dissemination.
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.
Mark C. Wilson, senior lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Auckland and open access advocate, discusses how he helped launch MathOA and the Free Journal Network, the core aims of the organizations, and plans for the future.
Now journals publishing on Scholastica can add a custom page to their website and journals using Scholastica's typesetting service will get Google Scholar links in all of their references. Check out these latest features!
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.