Tag:single-source production

When publishers learn that Scholastica's production service uses automation to generate articles, a common question is: Can you customize PDFs to our style? In short, YES! We've added more PDF customizations than ever. In this blog post, we showcase lookbook examples by discipline.

Christopher Priestley-Milianta, fifth-year MD/PhD student at Georgetown University School of Medicine and editor of the Georgetown Medical Review, discusses the expansion of GMR and how working with Scholastica Production has helped them scale.

With all the steps involved in running scholarly journals, reducing coordination costs is paramount for publishers. In this interview, Liba Hladik, Managing Editor at UC Press, discusses how they've partnered with Scholastica to connect the dots between their peer review, production, and hosting tools and workflows.

Dr. Joseph Shovlin, Editor-in-Chief of Clinical Insights in Eyecare, discusses the launch of the new American Academy of Optometry journal, why they chose to partner with Scholastica, and their experience using Scholastica's single-source article production service.

During a free webinar Scholastica sponsored as part of this year's ALPSP Conference, we dug into the many benefits of transitioning to a digital-first publishing process and different possible routes to get started or optimize your current efforts. Read on for the details!

When XML Marks the Spot: Machine-readable journal articles for discovery and preservation, a free webinar, co-hosted by Scholastica, UOregon Libraries, and the GWU Masters in Publishing program, offers a crash course in the benefits of XML production and use cases. Learn more and get the recording on demand!

At the 2022 SSP Conference, attendees had a chance to take a hypothetical trip to the early days of digital-first journal production during the panel session Back to the future of digital-first publishing: Where we are and where we're going. What were the key takeaways? We cover highlights in this blog post!

Technical Editorial Associate at Scholastica, Garrett Wright, shares the latest on how our digital-first production service is helping journals save time and costs by cutting manuscript formatting steps and combining automation with human quality assurance.

In this interview, Scholastica CTO and Co-Founder Cory Schires discusses the development of Scholastica's single-source production service, how it differs from other XML-based workflows, and why we're working to optimize the production process for both humans and machines.