Plan S, Core Open Access Publishing Standards & Scholastica
Scholastica announces the release of a Product Roadmap detailing new features to help journals comply with Plan S and sustainably meet core technical publishing standards.
Scholastica's software products and services can be used on their own or seamlessly integrated to help you bridge gaps between editorial workflows, production, and publishing.
All the tools journal managers and editors need to streamline peer review
|Centralize peer review workflows and communication|
|Automate editorial tasks and reminders|
|Track core journal performance analytics|
One platform for all your open access publishing needs
|Create professional journal websites and track readership stats|
|Publish beautiful articles and issues with rich metadata|
|Integrate journals with core archiving and indexing services|
Fast and reliable end-to-end typesetting service
|Our team manages the entire typesetting process for you|
|We generate HTML, PDF, and full-text JATS XML versions of articles|
|Typeset articles are optimized for academic indexes and search|
Free support for all users
We handle all software-related needs and questions from your editors, authors, and reviewers at no additional cost.
Instant access to improvements
Scholastica software updates are applied to all user accounts as they become available so you won’t have to wait for or install improvements.
Set up an account fast
Start using Scholastica in a matter of days, not weeks. Our software is ready to go with easy configuration options and no IT headaches.
"I think Scholastica is great. It's easy to use and gets the job done, eliminating administrative work and helping us get manuscripts through peer review quickly. The Scholastica team is also very responsive in terms of support needs for our editors, authors, and reviewers. And the price is right. I highly recommend Scholastica!"
"I really liked what I learnt about Scholastica. It came through as a very adaptive and well-structured platform that would do everything we needed and more."