Have you and your editorial team made any journal-related resolutions for the new year? Here are some suggestions to help get you started.
While a reputation for publishing high-quality content will always be the number one way for journals to set themselves apart in the eyes of authors and readers, regular promotion is becoming paramount to building and retaining a following. In this blog post, we break down four reasons to independently promote your scholarly journal and suggestions to get started.
In this new edition of Academic Journal Management Best Practices: Tales from the Trenches, we round up tips from seasoned publications managers and editors on how to optimize your editorial workflows, attract more quality submissions, and make strategic plans to further your journal goals.
In this blog post, we share five ways to streamline your journal production process so you can publish high-quality articles faster.
There are certain considerations OA journal teams should keep in mind when choosing which peer review and publishing tools and systems to use. In this post, we outline 3 things to consider.
Are you struggling to determine which promotion outlets to focus on for your academic journal? There's no better way to make informed promotion decisions than basing them off of publication data.
When it comes to effective editorial team operations, Jennifer Mahar, executive peer review manager at Origin Editorial, says there are certain hallmarks that set apart the best teams from the rest.
Scholastica announces the release of the second handbook in the Scholarly Journal Promotion 101 Series - Content Resurfacing 101 for Scholarly Journals.
A group of law review editors share how they're juggling law review and summer associate work and tips for fellow editors. Above all, be proactive and don't let things pile up.
What steps can editors take to attract high-quality submissions needed to grow the reputation and impact of their journal? Panel-style webinar explores the many angles of this question.