All journals operated by non-profit scholarly societies share one key differentiating factor — when scholars publish with them, they intrinsically support the advancement of research in their fields. In this blog post, we delve into steps society publishing programs and journals can take to illuminate the unique value they offer with examples.
The role of the journal editor is changing fast. What was once a job centered on managing peer review has evolved to include new steps to ensure journal articles reach their intended audience.
In recent years, a growing number of scholars have been taking to Twitter and using it as platform to discuss their research interests, higher education news, and thoughts on the state of journal publishing.