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This guide provides a starting point for setting up an open access journal or conference using the Public Knowledge Project's Open Journal System (OJS), hosted by Texas Digital Library.
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Howdy! This guide provides a starting point for setting up an open access journal or conference using the Public Knowledge Project's Open Journal System and Open Conference Systems hosted by Texas Digital Library. If you are interested in starting or moving your journal to an Open Access platform then click on the online journal tab. If you are interested in hosting a conference then click on the online conference tab. There are step by step tutorials that will assist you in this process. A planning list may be used to gather the necessary information before you begin. Thank you.
 

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Planning Guide and List for Open Journal System: This list has been developed to assist you in determining what information you will need to begin an online journal using this platform.

1) Preview the OJS tutorial, Introduction to OJS through PKP.

2) Consider your customization and functionality needs. An OJS website and journal management system has limited customization options available for non-technical users. Advanced customization is the responsibility of the end user. A WordPress website might be more suitable.

3) Ask your institutional librarian ...

4) Consult the planning guide within the Online Journal Systems tab.

5) Consult Developing Open Access Journals: A practical guide by David Solomon, 2008.

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