Open Journal Systems 2.0: the Evolution of Open Source Journal Management
||John Willinsky, Mia Quint
||Open Journal Systems 2.0: the Evolution of Open Source Journal Management
||ELPUB2005. From Author to Reader: Challenges for the Digital Content Chain: Proceedings of the 9th ICCC International Conference on ElectronicPublishing held at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Leuven-Heverlee(Belgium), 8-10 June 2005 / Edited by: Milena Dobreva & Jan Engelen, ed. byPeeters Publishing Leuven, ISBN 90-429-1645-1, 2005
||Purpose. To provide an insiderís review of the journal management and publishing software, Open Journal Systems (OJS), from the Public Knowledge Project, which the author directs at the University of British ColumbiaDesign. The paper outlines the history, development, and features of OJS, including some of the experimental aspects, as well as early research results and work underway on which it is based.Findings. Open Journal Systems is an open source solution to managing and publishing scholarly journals online, which can reduce publishing costs compared to print and other traditional publishing processes. It is a highly flexible editor-operated journal management and publishing system that can be downloaded for free and installed on a local Web server. Value. OJS has been designed to reduce the time and energy devoted to the clerical and managerial tasks associated with editing a journal, while improving the record-keeping and efficiency of editorial processes. It seeks to improve the scholarly and public quality of journal publishing through a number of innovations, from making journal policies more transparent to improving indexing.
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