Create a Personal Publication Archive with Open Journal Systems (OJS)

Wesley Fryer, pi.co, Jan 04, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Apropos of the post on research profiles (see below) this item on the use of Open Journal Systems to create a personal publications archive is intriguing. One of the advantages is a very standardized representation of personal publications, which can be shared. OJS also provides a lot of administration features, so you can store drafts, get people to review your work, and more. Be sure to see Fryer's "screencast giving some background about my decision process in selecting a platform for a personal publication archive and demonstrating the steps or 'workflow I followed to add my items to the site." He adds, "I recorded and edited this screencast using ScreenFlow software."

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