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Are you interested in open access journal publishing? Would you like to know more about how libraries can help open access journal publishers?
Open Journal System is a FOSS tool that allows you to do just that! There are over 10,000 OJS (Open Journal System) installations around the world and we are continuing to see strong growth internationally, with OJS being used for traditional journals, but also for reports, learning management systems, courses, monographs, and more.
OJS is a software for the management of peer-review journals, created by the Public Knowledge Project (PKP). OJS was designed to facilitate the development of open access peer-reviewed publishing, providing the technical infrastructure not only for the online presentation of journal articles, but also an entire editorial management workflow, including article submission, multiple rounds of peer-review, and indexing.
EIFL-OA and EIFL-FOSS co-organised a Themed Week October 24 - 28, focusing on the OJS software and coinciding with Open Access Week 2011.
Among the activities was a free, online workshop and an open access wiki for Questions and Answers about OJS. For more information see our main OJS page.
The Themed Week centred around a free online workshop on Open Access Publishing with Open Journal System (OJS).
The guest speakers were:
The workshop is supported by an open access wiki for Questions and Answers about OJS.
To view the recording of the session, please go to http://www.instantpresenter.com/eifl/E953D882864D
You can download Kevin's presentation here.