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Publish an Open Access Journal

Your guide to creating, managing, and publishing a scholarly open access journal with Tulane University Journal Publishing.

What is Open Journal Systems?

At Tulane University Journal Publishing we use Open Journal Systems (OJS), an open source solution to managing and publishing scholarly journals online; it was developed by the Public Knowledge Project. OJS covers all aspects of online journal publishing, from establishing a journal website to operational tasks such as the author’s submission process, peer review, editing, publication, archiving, and indexing of the journal. OJS also helps to manage the people aspects of organizing a journal, including keeping track of the work of editors, reviewers, and authors, notifying readers, and assisting with the correspondence. Tulane currently uses OJS version 3.2.

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