During the 2017 LPForum Scholastica presented ways libraries can facilitate the democratization of academic journals beyond library publishing programs. Here's a recap.
Whether you're managing your journal by email or you're using a peer-review system, you may have some questions about switching to new software.
New features to help you tailor your journal's peer review and publishing process, including: reviewer tags, Digital Object Identifier metadata, and custom journal subdomains.
Why you should make it a priority to find quality peer review software or improve your current system this year.
Check out the peer review systems these three journals decided on and the benefits of each.
How can scholars receive recognition for their review contributions at different journals regardless of the openness of the review? ORCID, CASRAI & F1000 Working Group propose a plan.
How journal editors and publishers are tracking alternative metrics data and pinpointing the metrics that matter most to them in order to improve their publications.
If you want to speed up peer review at your journal, reassessing your team's current process is the place to start.
As the scope of digital humanities initiatives continues to evolve and grow, scholars and librarians are surfacing innovative possibilities for the field.
Authors of Making Institutional Repositories Work delve into the history of IRs and the experiences of libraries currently in varying stages of IR development.