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Open Journal Systems (OJS)

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Rakphao Theppan

on 28 November 2012

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Transcript of Open Journal Systems (OJS)

1.OJS is installed locally and locally controlled.
2.Editors configure requirements, sections, review process, etc.
3.Online submission, double-blind review, and management of all content. OJS assists with every stage of the refereed publishing process
4.Subscription module
5.Comprehensive indexing of content.
6.Reading Tools for content, based on field and editors' choice.
7.Email notification
8.Complete context-sensitive online Help support.
9.Payments module for accepting journal fees, donations, etc..
10. Link Metadata to ThaiLIS automatically an open source, developed by the Public Knowledge Project

OJS can be downloaded for free and installed on a local web server. An Introduction to Open Journal Systems (OJS) JS OJS : Open Journal Systems What's OJS a journal management and publishing system
assist with every stage of the refereed publishing
publish e-journals online.
expand and improve access to research OJS : Open Journal Systems Open source As of April 2012, we have discovered over 12,800 OJS titles from around the world: OJS User Numbers OJS Features OJS moves submissions to the journal through five steps in the
editorial process, which will be managed by one or more of the
editors. Editorial Roles 1.Submissions Queue
2.Submission Review
3.Submission Editing
4.Issue management
5.Current Issue User Roles Admin
Journal Manager
Section Editor
Layout Editor
Reader Demo http://library.tu.ac.th/ojs2/ • PHP
support (4.2.x or later)
(3.23 or later) or PostgreSQL (7.1 or later)
• Apache
(1.3.2x or later) or Apache 2 (2.0.4x or later) or Microsoft IIS 6 (PHP 5.x required)
• Operating systems -
Linux, BSD, Solaris, Mac OS X, Windows System Requirements Server Operating System Apache PHP MySQL OJS web browser (HTML + CSS) Installation and Maintenance วารสารโดมทัศน์ วารสารโดมทัศน์ วารสารโดมทัศน์ DOMETAD AUTHOR
USER NAME : author_domtad
USER NAME : editor_domtad
USER NAME : editor2_domtad
PASSWORD : **** Thai Journals Online (ThaiJO) http://www.tci-thaijo.org Library and Information Research http://www.lirgjournal.org.uk/lir/ojs OJS customization http://pkp.sfu.ca/ojs-customization Donate button PKP Service Example END
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