Tag:open access

Since December 2016, Editage Insights has been running a survey of scholars to gauge their opinions on academic journal publishing. In this interview, Clarinda Cerejo, editor-in-chief, shares preliminary findings from the first 5,000 responses.

Founding editor of the Wine Business Case Research Journal, Armand Gilinsky, discusses how he launched the open access journal and how Scholastica has helped them set up a streamlined peer review process with impressive manuscript turnaround times.

One of the primary areas authors will consider before submitting to your academic journal is how you handle copyright. In this blog post, we overview how to best communicate copyright policies to authors.

As part of OA Week 2017, Scholastica had the opportunity to be a part of the University of Cambridge Open Access Week speaking series event Helping Researchers Publish in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Here's a recap of Scholastica CoFounder and CEO Brian Cody's presentation on the rise of DIY OA journal publishing.

If you're working on a new open access journal, one of the most important things you can do is seek the advice of editors who are a part of thriving OA publications. Here are a few tenets of successful OA publishing from 4 seasoned editors.

In celebration of Open Access Week 2017, and to help facilitate discussions surrounding OA, we've put together a list of our top 7 OA Resources.

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.

On Thursday May 18th 2017 at 10AM EST Scholastica is hosting a free webinar - OA Advocates Weigh in on Democratization of Academic Journals. Get the details of this event and save your spot!

What's the cost of publishing an open access journal? It depends on how you do it. Here are four tips and a checklist to help you publish your journal as affordably as possible.