Tag:scholarly communication

At Scholastica, we're working to support journal publishers taking fully Open Access Plan S compliance routes. In this post, we overview steps journals using Scholastica's software and services should take to ensure they are prepared for Plan S with our latest features to help.

At Scholastica, we believe that all journals should be able to have rich machine-readable metadata without technical hassles or manual work. So we're making metadata production easier through smart automations. In this post, we overview the role of metadata in article discovery and how Scholastica is helping journals get the rich machine-readable metadata they need.

How can journals get closer to having rich metadata and ultimately more discoverable articles? This blog post overviews five machine-readable metadata elements most commonly requested by scholarly communication stakeholders across disciplines that publishers should prioritize.

Indexing is paramount to expanding the reach and reputation of scholarly journals — but it's not always easy. That's why Scholastica is introducing tools and services to help. Learn about the latest steps we're taking to help journals reach their discovery goals with less manual work and fewer technical headaches.

What steps can the scholarly community take to reform research evaluation and move away from relying too heavily on finite metrics that could skew the results? A recent NISO webinar series explored this question.

Are you working with a scholarly society or institution starting a fully Open Access journal or thinking about transitioning one or more titles to fully-OA publishing models and wondering where to begin? In this post, we break down how to determine the best publishing route for your organization and get your OA efforts off the ground.

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.

As preprint use extends beyond its origins in physics, math, law, and economics into other disciplines, how are journal publishers responding? In this blog, we overview steps journal publishers are taking to allow preprint posting and even integrate it with their publishing processes.

As the rate of evolution in the scholarly communication landscape continues to accelerate, how can journal publishers become more readily adaptive? A new Scholastica white paper explores how implementing Agile project management principles can help publishers respond to change more effectively.

What steps should scholarly publishers be taking to promote better travel routes and rules of the road for research metadata and data sharing to support discovery, assessment, and reuse, and what are the possibilities? Here are some key takeaways from the 2021 NISO Plus conference.