American Journal of Enology and Viticulture (AJEV) Enhancements
Intended to offer an improved reader experience and expedite the time from article acceptance to final publication, the latest enhancements to the American Journal of Enology and Viticulture (AJEV) are now complete. ASEV members and authors can take advantage of these benefits immediately. Starting with the adoption of a hybrid open access model in 2021, and continuing with the consolidation of AJEV and Catalyst, additional changes to the publication include:
- An online-only format offering continuous publication, rather than issue-based publication
- New article types, including video-based contributions – please refer to the updated AJEV Guide for Authors for details
- Bi-annual Print on Demand journal issues
- New alert format – sign up today!
All Catalyst content has been migrated to the AJEV platform and the Catalyst site is now discontinued. Additionally, as the time from article acceptance to publication has been accelerated under the continuous publication model, the Publish Ahead of Print feature is no longer offered.
For questions about the changes to AJEV, contact AJEV Managing Editor Raquel Abad at email@example.com.