Open Journal System

OJS is considered the most popular system in managing and publishing scientific journals on the internet, whether they depend on Open access or Toll access, starting from sending the article and reviewing it to converting it to the final form. OJS was created within the Public Knowledge Project of University of British Columbia and developed in collaboration with Canadian Center of publishing studies and Simon Fraser University Library.

OJS features:

  • It can be installed on the user’s server locally or on the internet.
  • Assigns journal’s requirement, for example rubrics, journals sections, review process etc.
  • Allows sending the researches through the system on the internet and managing the whole content.
  • Allows a subsidiary subscription system and open access publishing.
  • Catalogs all the content of a journal and making it visible for search.
  • Gives reading tools according to the choice of the journal’s author.
  • Gives email alerts and allow readers’ comments.
  • Gives helper tools according to context.
  • Allows a subsidiary system for managing subscriptions etc.
  • Support OAI – DOI – XML standards.

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