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The End of JSTOR’s Journal Hosting Program

The End of JSTOR’s Journal Hosting Program

JSTOR’s Journal Hosting Program (JHP) was founded in 2011 as a resource for publishers to host current journal issues — and archives — on JSTOR servers. It’s been an affordable way to distribute academic content to researchers and libraries, but JSTOR is closing the...
What You Should Know About “Subscribe to Open”

What You Should Know About “Subscribe to Open”

Open access (OA) is the disruptor most likely to change publishing forever. The question most raised by the looming prospect of OA is how best to transition publications to this new normal. Subscribe to open (S2O) is an emerging solution for adapting to an OA model...
How Did COVID-19 Change Peer Review?

How Did COVID-19 Change Peer Review?

Scholarly peer review used to be a lengthy process. The “fast track” approach brought on by the pandemic saw publishers adopting new workflows with significant effects for the journal publication process. How has COVID-19 changed publishing? Are the changes permanent?...
The Meteoric Rise of Video Content

The Meteoric Rise of Video Content

This article was supplied by Sheridan’s sister company KnowledgeWorks Global Ltd., the industry leader in editorial, production, online hosting, and transformative services for every stage of the content lifecycle. Consumer behavior is constantly evolving apace. Some...