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Learning OJS 3.3: A Visual Guide to Open Journal Systems

Open Journal Systems (OJS) is an open source solution to managing and publishing scholarly journals online. OJS is a highly flexible editor-operated journal management and publishing system that can be downloaded for free and installed on a local Web server.

This guide is a comprehensive manual covering the various functions and configuration options of OJS version 3.3, released in February 2021. It contains information on everything users need to use the software to publish and manage content as a site administrator, journal manager, editor, peer reviewer, and/or author. It provides detailed instructions with screenshots for applying journal and website settings, using and configuring the editorial workflow including making submissions and peer review, managing users, using statistics, and configuring subscriptions. By following this guide, users will be able to successfully submit, edit, publish, and display academic articles on OJS.

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