Can A Portable, Open Source Journal Management/Publishing System Improve the Scholarly and Public Quality of Research? A Workshop
||Can A Portable, Open Source Journal Management/Publishing System Improve the Scholarly and Public Quality of Research? A Workshop
||ELPUB2003. From information to knowledge: Proceedings of the 7th ICCC/IFIP International Conference on Electronic Publishing held at the Universidade do Minho, Portugal 25-28 June 2003/Edited by: Sely Maria de Souza Costa, João Álovaro Carvalho, Ana Alice Baptista, Ana Cristina Santos Moreira. Universidade do Minho, 2003.
||As part of the University of British Columbia’s federally funded research initiative to improve the scholarly and public quality of academic publishing on a global basis, the Public Knowledge Project has released Open JournalSystems (OJS). This is open source software that can be freely downloaded. The intent is to help journals and scholarly societies seriously consider publishing in an open access or free-to-read basis, which has been shown to increase readership dramatically. This online journal management and publishing system enables editors to manage, publish and index peer-reviewed journals over the Internet an open access or free-to-read basis, The workshop, and this paper, will enable potential users to get inside the system to see how such management systems operate, and tojudge whether they have the potential to improve the scholarly and public quality of scholarly publishing, as well as reduce costs sufficiently to make open access a viable option.
||Scholarly publishing; Open access; Open source software; journal management systems
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