OJS stands for Open journal systems, and is a free journal management software developed by PKP (Public Knowledge Project).
It is designed to facilitate the journal publishing process right from manuscript submission to article publication. Thus, it helps both authors and publishers provide technical infrastructure for article submission and simplifies editorial management workflow.
OJS is written in PHP and can be hosted on a Windows web server or Unix-like.
In April 2021, OJS 3 (new version) has been released. So, here is a quick guide on how to install OJS version 3 for journal management.
This infographic covers the installation procedure of OJS Version 3.
How to Install OJS: A Quick Guide
If you are planning to start a new journal, here is a detailed blog on how to install Open Journal Systems (OJS).
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SciSpace publisher works with over 400+ journals worldwide and offers solutions for generating XML-first articles. See how you can simplify your workflow and save over 80% of the time and cost of producing journal articles.
Before You Go,
Take a quick tour on the below blogs and learn more about OJS (Open Journal Systems)