Establishing and Publishing an Online Peer-Reviewed Journal: Action Plan, Resourcing, and Costs

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"This report is the result of a 2005 investigation by educational leadership consultant Dr. Lorna Shapiro into the feasibility of utilizing the Open Journal Systems (OJS), a product of the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University’s Public Knowledge Project, for the establishment of a new online, peer-reviewed journal. The intent of distributing this document is to share the findings of an independent analyst, whose work we believe 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."


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Date tagged:

08/07/2018, 16:04

Date published:

08/07/2018, 12:04