In this post, we round up some of the latest Plan S reports and resources to help make navigating the transition timeline a little easier. We will continue to add updates and new resources to this list as they become available.
Where are the biggest scholarly publishing advances occurring? In this blog post, we look at five trends to watch in the new year.
Scholastica Co-Founder and CEO Brian Cody reflects on the steps Scholastica took to better support users in 2019 and all that Scholastica users accomplished last year. He also gives a preview of what Scholastica has in store for the year ahead to continue providing our user community with the best experience possible.
For journals to provide an effective online reading experience for human and machine readers, producing articles in digitally compatible HTML and XML files is becoming paramount.
Peter Coles, Editor-in-Chief of The Open Journal of Astrophysics, and Christian Gogolin, founding editor of Quantum, share why they chose to publish their journals via the arXiv overlay model and how they believe overlay journals will contribute to greater equity in OA.
Scholastica wanted to take the time to highlight some of the many ways the academic community is actively promoting greater equity in all aspects of OA publishing, so we've rounded up seven steps the community it taking towards more equitable OA.
How many open access publishing models and strategies are there for scholarly societies to explore? According to the Society Publishers Accelerating Open Access and Plan S project, over twenty. In this blog post, we highlight some of the key findings of the project.
Scholastica announces the release of a Product Roadmap detailing new features to help journals comply with Plan S and sustainably meet core technical publishing standards.
This month we've made some exciting updates to Scholastica's open access publishing platform, production service, and peer review software. Now journals have the ability to set a default Creative Commons copyright license for all articles published using Scholastica, add author notes to typesetting requests, and more.
When will the history books say was the major turning point towards a lower cost and open access publishing model? Scholastica Co-Founder and CEO Brian Cody shares why he believes the time is now, and the steps Scholastica is taking to help journals prepare for Plan S and to support any publishing organization looking to publish high-quality open access journals at an affordable cost.