Mind the content gap: Going digital-first to streamline the journey from journal submission to publication

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About the webinar:

Today, virtually every journal publisher is looking for ways to be more efficient, yet few are taking a truly “digital-first” approach to publishing. Moving to a single-source digital production process and integrating it with your peer review and publishing workflows can cut submission formatting steps for authors and editors, prevent proofing errors, and streamline metadata transmission to archives and discovery services—leading to faster, more robust content dissemination and lower costs.

This free ALPSP Conference satellite session presented by Scholastica walks through:

  • Why single-source production is critical to realizing more efficient research dissemination and consistent, rich metadata
  • Different possible approaches to single-source production
  • Key considerations for integrating peer review, production, and hosting systems/workflows
  • Questions teams should ask when considering digital-first publishing options

There will be time for audience Q&A following the presentation!

Thanks to the following speakers for joining this session:

Brian Cody

CEO and Co-Founder


Hannah Heckner

VP Product


Randy Townsend


Society for Scholarly Publishing

Michael Casp

Director of Business Development

J&J Editorial

Liba Hladik

Managing Editor

University of California Press

Danielle Padula

Head of Marketing


Brought to you by Scholastica

Scholastica is a technology solutions provider with easy-to-integrate software and services for every aspect of publishing academic journals — from peer review to production to hosting and discovery support. Our mission is to empower scholarly organizations to make quality research available more efficiently and affordably in order to facilitate a sustainable research future. Over 1,000 journals across disciplines use Scholastica.