OJS Services at Queen's
Queen's University Library (QUL) endeavours to support journal publishers at Queen's in bringing their new and existing journals to the web. Using Open Journal Systems (OJS) software, journal creators are able to publish their journals online quickly and easily.
What is the role of QUL with respect to Open Journal Systems?
QUL is committed to promoting the dissemination of Queen's scholarly information to a global audience.
QUL is not a publisher. We provide the storage, the software and the expertise/training required for journals to help them host their materials online.
How will QUL help me put my journal online?
QUL will provide the server space to host your journal.
We will create your journal using OJS software, and help you with some basic design. You will be given complete access to control the look and content of your journal.
We will train you and your editors in the use of OJS software. The goal is that eventually you will be self sufficient and will be able to publish future issues independently.
We will be available to help you with any questions.
Who To Contact?
QUL is available to help you update your scholarly journal with the use of Open Journal Software. For more information about getting started with OJS, contact the Scholarly Communications Specialist, at: email@example.com.
Last Updated: 18 March 2013