Once a scholar finds your OA journal website, what can you do to encourage them to return to it? Here are five steps your team can take with examples from the Scholastica Open Access Publishing Platform.
Mind the gap — you've likely heard this familiar phrase issued at train stations, but have you considered how it applies to academic journal publishing? In this blog post, we're rounding up five of the most common gaps between peer review and publishing and ways to address them.
For any academic journal article to have an impact, potential readers first need to be able to find it. That starts with search engine optimization or SEO. This blog post offers a comprehensive guide to article SEO for journals and submitting authors.
Leaders at university presses and scholarly societies publishing research across disciplines discuss the biggest opportunities they see for independent academic publishers to further their journal programs in 2023 and beyond.
Director of Publications at the American Urological Association, Jennifer Regala, shares the biggest journal development opportunities she sees in 2023, focusing on investing in open access and supplementary content to promote readership growth and create new sponsorship opportunities.
President of The British Blockchain Association and Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of the British Blockchain Association, Dr. Naseem Naqvi, shares the biggest journal development opportunities he sees in 2023, including publishing more interdisciplinary research and embracing OA.
At Scholastica, we wanted to highlight some of the many emerging opportunities for academic journal programs, with a focus on scholarly societies and university presses. So we asked a handful of leading publishers to share the developments they're most excited about in 2023 and beyond.
What are the potential benefits of data FAIRification and how can publishers help promote the FAIR Data Principles? We cover everything you need to know in this blog post.
Journal publishers have the opportunity to implement a range of operational and cultural changes to open up the research lifecycle. This blog post by Publishing Consultant Lettie Conrad, overviews specific action steps from the new UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science.
For the final installment of our OA Leaders on Advancing the BOAI series, we welcome to the blog Dr. Iratxe Puebla, Director of Strategic Initiatives at ASAPbio; Dr. Mike Taylor, paleontologist with the University of Bristol and OA advocate; and Dr. Ginny Barbour, Director of Open Access Australasia. They share thoughts on the progression of the OA movement up to this point and ways stakeholders can help advance the BOAI vision moving forward.