What are sections?

Sections, defined

When you publish on your Scholastica journal website, you have the ability to categorize your articles by assigning them to different sections.

Sections are categories that make it easy for your readers to quickly find the broad type of content they'd like and as we all know: the easier you make it for potential readers to find content they're interested in, the more likely it is that you'll gain more loyal readers!

As an example, sections that a journal might use are : "Original Research", "Book Reviews", "Case Notes",  etc. If you have more detailed descriptors that you'd like to use to differentiate articles like "shakespeare", "post-modernism", etc. those should be added as individual article keywords, not sections. Read more about article keywords here.

Please note: sections are used in Scholastica OA Publishing, not simple journal profiles.

How do I add sections?

You can add sections to your Scholastica journal website by going to My Journals > Publishing > Publishing Settings then "Edit".

To create a section, you'll just type in the section name/category and then click "Add".

Please note: sections are used in Scholastica OA Publishing, not simple journal profiles.


 

How do I designate an article to a section?

To sort your articles into their desired sections, you'll just choose the appropriate section from the dropdown on the "Create new article/edit article" page.

Please note: sections are used in Scholastica OA Publishing, not simple journal profiles.


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