(redirected from Open Journal Systems)
Also found in: Wikipedia.
OJSOpen Journal Systems (open source software; Public Knowledge Project)
OJSOperation Jump Start (Arizona National Guard)
OJSOffice of Juvenile Services (Department of Health and Human Services; Nebraska)
OJSOberlin Jazz Septet (Oberlin, OH)
OJSOrissa Judicial Service (exam; India)
OJSOgden Judo School (Long Beach, CA)
OJSOrganization Jointly Shared
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The famous editorial management systems such as ScholarOne, Aries Systems, eJournalPress, PKP Open Journal Systems have also adopted built-in ORCID support (https://members.orcid.org/api/vendors/publisher-tools).1,4 Moreover, research information systems (e.g.
En el ano 2010, la Editorial de la Universidad del Rosario tomo la trascendental decision de integrar a los procesos de gestion editorial de sus nueve revistas al software ojs (Open Journal Systems), disenado por el Public Knowledge Project (6), dentro de la filosofia de acceso abierto; un proyecto que inicio bajo la direccion de John Willinsky en 1998, que cuenta con el apoyo de varias universidades, instituciones y donantes.
The topics include user perception of radio-frequency identification implementation: a case study of the Mahatma Gandhi University; the use of the Internet by teachers at Farook College in Kerala; open access publishing and open journal systems; and library and information services beyond the walls: an experiment of the Arabic Department at the University of Calicut in Kerala.
The most basic level of service requires only that the library make available a publishing platform, such as an institutional repository or an instance of open journal systems (OJS).
A gestao editorial e automatizada pelo sistema PKP--Public Knowledge Project, que desenvolveu a plataforma Open Journal Systems. Destaca-se aqui, que continuamos nos empenhando intensamente na captacao de trabalhos com nivel de qualidade cientifica comparavel aos melhores, publicados em periodicos de alta referencia.
If it were not by the open journal systems that enable academic publications to be posted for free in benefit of many national and international readers, the international publishing tentacles would have made it almost impossible to increase readership on a free basis.
Coincidently, at the same time the Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) put out feelers about journals wanting to manage themselves through the Open Journal Systems (OJS) they supported.
(4.) Open Journal Systems | Public Knowledge Project.
Michael Levine-Clark, an editor of our peer review section, along with Jill Emery, Collection Development Librarian at Portland State University, will become Co-General Editors, and the software platform of Collaborative Librarianship will, overtime, migrate from Open Journal Systems to the publication suite of Digital Commons.