Give the journals your institution publishes the reach & impact they deserve with Digital Commons Publishing
Why choose Digital Commons Publishing?
All-in-one publishing platform
Discover an article submission process and peer-review management system that’s easy to use. We offer a scalable service that grows with you: whether your institution is in the early stages of developing a publishing strategy or if you have an established publishing program focused on improving journals to enhance their reputation.
Be seen around the world
Best-in-class search engine optimization (SEO) ensures your journal sites are highly ranked and discoverable on search engines such as Google, Google Scholar and Bing. Sharing your institution’s journals with the world, on your terms, can attract more funding for new research explorations and contribute to the broader, more global reach of your institution’s scholarship.
Measure your success
Insightful metrics demonstrate your journals’ influence. Your Digital Commons dashboard shows where your journals are being read in real time. You can filter, export and share analytics such as reader location and usage trends with authors and stakeholders throughout your institution. The dashboard also incorporates PlumX Metrics, which journal editors can use to make strategic decisions along with a full suite of metrics including citations.
Get expert advice
We offer strategic guidance and support to help you quickly build a strong journal publishing program. Your subscription includes a dedicated consultant to deliver all necessary training, ready-made templates and ongoing technical support. Dedicated designers are also available to help you create attractive, custom-branded journals. And for journals ready to take the next step, we offer tailored tiers of support with DOIs, archiving and guidance with your applications for indexing.
From the very beginning, the support and enthusiasm we’ve received from the Digital Commons team has been phenomenal. Without their support, the International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage simply wouldn’t have happened.
—Dr. Kevin Griffin, Technological University Dublin, whose journal is indexed in Scopus
Custom designs to reflect your journal’s mission and personality
Ready for Digital Commons Publishing?
We are helping our institutional clients create and promote more than 2,100 institution-led journals, a number that is growing every day. Let us know how Digital Commons Publishing can support you and your institution’s goals by completing the form below.