This year's Peer Review Week theme got Scholastica's co-founders thinking about how we're working to future-proof our peer review software and support efforts to future-proof the complex and growing ecosystem of scholarly communication tools and technologies more broadly. Here's what they had to say.
In this interview, the University of Pennsylvania Press' Director of Journals, Jocelyn Dawson, and Operations Manager, Paul Chase, share how they're working to develop their journal portfolio and support DEI initiatives at Penn Press and beyond.
Thinking about using Scholastica for peer review management? Here's everything you need to know about migrating one or more journals to our peer review system and the latest features to streamline your editorial workflows and make life easier for editors, authors, and reviewers.
Now, in addition to being able to set manuscript viewing permissions by editor, journal admins can individually designate which editors can make decisions in Scholastica's peer review system. Learn more!
In our latest blog post, Scholastica CEO and co-founder Brian Cody takes some time to share a recap of 2022 and a sneak peek at what we have planned for the year ahead.
In this blog post, we break down why you should make peer review software a priority in the new year — whether that means better leveraging the features in your current system or looking for a new one.
Are you considering changing peer review systems? This blog post overviews seven tips to help you assess your peer review process needs and how to approach a software transition if you decide it's time to make a switch.
At Scholastica, we prioritize user experience in the development of our journal peer review, production, and Open Access hosting solutions above all else. Check out our latest round of software design improvements.
This month, we've introduced some exciting improvements to Scholastica's peer review software as well as customer support across products. Read on for the full details!
When selecting an online system to receive manuscript submissions and manage peer review most academic journals focus on the experience and needs of their editorial team - but what about authors and reviewers?