Who reaps the fruits of academic research? Much like crops in agriculture, the answer depends on how content is produced and disseminated. We explore the potential to apply concepts from local farming to grow community-driven publishing models in this new blog for International Open Access Week 2023.
Publishing leaders from the Biochemical Society and the American Society of Civil Engineers discuss the benefits of societies running journal programs and their approach in the second part of our series on cultivating sustainable in-house publishing programs.
Inspired by the SSP conference session Locally Sourced, Locally Owned: Independent Society Journal Publishing to Seed Trust and Transformation, the Scholastica team decided to reach out to society and institute leaders operating publishing programs to get their take on the primary benefits of in-house publishing and the factors they consider most critical to their success. Here's what they had to say.
Leaders at university presses and scholarly societies publishing research across disciplines discuss the biggest opportunities they see for independent academic publishers to further their journal programs in 2023 and beyond.
Director of Publications at the American Urological Association, Jennifer Regala, shares the biggest journal development opportunities she sees in 2023, focusing on investing in open access and supplementary content to promote readership growth and create new sponsorship opportunities.
President of The British Blockchain Association and Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of the British Blockchain Association, Dr. Naseem Naqvi, shares the biggest journal development opportunities he sees in 2023, including publishing more interdisciplinary research and embracing OA.
At Scholastica, we wanted to highlight some of the many emerging opportunities for academic journal programs, with a focus on scholarly societies and university presses. So we asked a handful of leading publishers to share the developments they're most excited about in 2023 and beyond.
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.
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!