OJS includes the following features:

1. OJS is installed locally and controlled locally

2. Editors configure requirements, sections, review process, etc.

3. Online submission, double-blind review, and management of all content

4. Comprehensive indexing of content

5. Responsive, themable reader interface

6. Email notification for readers

7. Support for article-processing charges, subscriptions, and online payments

8. Complete context-sensitive online Help support

9. Multilingual support

 

Some Advantages of OJS

WORKFLOW:
Open Journal Systems (OJS) is a content and workflow management system for peer-reviewed scholarly and scientific publications. It’s like WordPress for journals.
ONLINE:
OJS lets authors submit, reviewers review, and editors edit – all online, from anywhere in the world.
TRACKING:
OJS follows an article from submission, through peer review, copyediting, layout editing, proofreading, and on to publication. Never lose track of an article again.
STATISTICS:
OJS keeps statistics. What’s your acceptance rate? How long does it take to review a submission? What’s your most popular article? Get to know your journal better.
GLOBAL:
OJS is used by over 20000 journals around the world, with translations into over 50 languages.
OPEN:
OJS is 100% open source software.
LOCAL:
OJS can be run on your own web server or on a hosted server of your choice. Take control of your data.
INDEXED:
OJS is automatically indexed in Google Scholar and provides tools for getting your content included in other databases. Be visible.
SUPPORTED:
OJS is supported software. Get free support from community forums, online classes, and documentation, or paid custom support from us. You’re never on your own.
CUSTOMIZE:
OJS is configurable to meet your needs. Add sections, change the look of your website, enable subscriptions or go open access. Make it work your way.
ARCHIVEE:
OJS integrates with LOCKSS and Portico for digital preservation. Keep your data safe.
NON-PROFIT:
OJS is developed by the Public Knowledge Project, a non-profit, academic research and development team at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada.
EVOLVING:
OJS continues to develop, with new features and enhancements being regularly added to meet the challenges of an ever-changing digital publishing environment.

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