Tag:open access publishing

What will Elsevier's acquisition of bepress mean for the journals and institutions that rely on Digital Commons to host open access content? We explore this question following the recent news.

Considering using Scholastica to manage peer review or for both peer review and open access publishing? Here are answers to common questions about transitioning to Scholastica.

What is the author experience with article processing charges like? In this blog post we break down 5 key insights from a 2017 Knowledge Exchange report from surveys of researchers throughout Europe.

Donna Hughes discusses how she started the open access journal Dignity: A Journal on Sexual Exploitation and Violence and why she chose to do so without a publisher.

Scholastica's released the first and only customizable website templates designed specifically for scholarly journals. Here's how you can quickly and affordably set up a publication website with journal website templates.

Did you miss the live stream of Scholastica's webinar, OA Advocates Weigh in on the Democratization of Academic Journals? You can watch it on-demand!

Royal Society Publishing Director Stuart Taylor sees promise in recent digital publishing innovations, but he believes scholars' continued focus on publishing in brand-name journals may be holding back open access publishing progress.

Scholastica announces the release of Democratizing Academic Journals: Technology, Services, and Open Access, a free-to-read white paper. The paper argues democratization of journal publishing is the key to lowering journal costs and facilitating Open Access.

Björn Brembs explains why he believes journal publishing should be upended from the current model, in which institutions pay publishers for access to content, to one in which the academic community pays for services to publish content and retains ownership of research.

The Journal of New Librarianship team knew they wanted to have a modern publication website, but they didn't have a lot of time to devote to building it. Scholastica journal websites beta allowed them to quickly launch a custom journal website without technical hassles.