The OJS userguide provides is an introduction to the various features and roles in OJS.
Learn how to customize your journal look using the Journal Manager without resorting to additional coding. (You can also find a list of several screenshots highlighting attractive design modifications or innovative features here.) Users familiar with XML style sheets can learn how to further customize their journal's cascading style sheet (css).
PowerPoint presentation illustrating with tables and screen shots how OJS uses different roles to manage and publish journals online.
The procedures for getting a journal indexed in various databases vary from vendor to vendor. A short list of instructions for applying for the indexing of your journal in various databases has been created to get you started.
This document outlines the steps to create a PayPal account and configure OJS and OCS to collect secure online payments.
At this point, it is not possible to collect fees through Banner. We hope to offer this service in the future.
This document details the five import/export plugins available with OJS: the CrossRef, Erudit and PubMed export plugins; the Users import and export plugin; and the Articles & Issues import and export plugin. Special consideration is also given to the web-based expedited article submission process available to journal editors.
Using Web 2.0 tools like Blip and Slideshare, you can embed videos or slide shows directly into an OJS or OCS page.
This document shows OJS publishers how to raise a journal's profile, and suggests strategies for the preservation of their content.
This is an abridged version of the original book published by Chandos Publishing, Oxford England. This version lacks the chapters covering background information and the depth of coverage of the topics in the original work. It is organized in an outline format.
The findings of an independent analyst, whose work not only highlights the strengths of OJS, but also answers many questions others will have in the early stages of starting a journal, including the critical issues of time, costs, and planning.
You can visit the OJS site for additional documentation. http://pkp.sfu.ca/ojs_documentation