You may want to establish an academic peer-reviewed journal, publish nationally and internationally, help those who […]
Setting up a Journal in OJS 3.3 This course is designed for people who need to […]
Open Journal Systems (OJS) is an open source solution to managing and publishing scholarly journals online. […]
Journal Indexing Databases and Search Engines
An index is a list of elements that are put together for a purpose. Journal indexes […]
ojs xml support for articles
The options below assume that the paper has been accepted for publication, it already has a […]
This plugin adds a new OAI-PMH metadata format that complements the  OpenAIRE Guidelines for Literature Repository […]
This file consists of 8 themes compatible with OJS 3.3+. All are free OJS themes. It […]
This file consists of 72 plugins compatible with OJS 3.3+ It is prepared for those who […]
Health Sciences Theme for OJS 3+
An official theme for OJS 3.1.1+ designed for health science journals or any journal that wants a clean, […]
OJS includes the following features: 1. OJS is installed locally and controlled locally 2. Editors configure […]
Hello. Although the OJS – Open Journal Systems is the most widely used peer-reviewed academic journal […]
OJS Gmail SMTP Settings – Two-factor authentication
Gmail SMTP Not Working, How To Fix it for Open Journal Systems? The following information is […]
Single and 2 Column Academic/Scientific Word Templates Single Column Academic Template – Download Single Column Literary […]
Module 1: Course Introduction Module 2: Editorial Workflow Overview Module 3: Submitting an Article Module 4: […]
Although CrossRef comes to mind when DOI is mentioned, it is possible to get DOI without […]
Original material is copyrighted by Simon Fraser University, but made available under a Creative Commons CC-BY license. […]
Original material is copyrighted by Simon Fraser University, but made available under a Creative Commons CC-BY license. […]
Original material is copyrighted by Simon Fraser University, but made available under a Creative Commons CC-BY license. […]
Original material is copyrighted by Simon Fraser University, but made available under a Creative Commons CC-BY license. […]