Are you looking at publishing a journal and making the content available open access?
If so, you may like to consider using the Open Journal Systems (OJS), a free and open source software application for managing and publishing scholarly journals. There are a number of journals at JCU that use OJS software.
OJS is a comprehensive tool for managing your entire submission and editorial workflow and publishing your articles and issues online. It offers the following features:
You can learn more here: https://pkp.sfu.ca/ojs/. Training is also available through the PKP School: OJS for Journal Managers, OJS for Editors.
Enhance journal profile and quality
Once your journal has been published:
Indexing in popular databases is key to increasing the exposure of your journal and its contents. Consider seeking listing and indexing in the following:
The following JCU journals use the OJS System:
Queensland Archaeological Research
QAR is a peer-reviewed journal published since 1984 devoted to publishing substantive, original and high-quality archaeological research pertaining to Queensland, Australia and adjacent areas. Email submissions to email@example.com.
eTropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics
eTropic publishes new research from Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and allied fields on the variety and interrelatedness of nature, culture, and society in the tropics. Tropical regions of the world include: the north of Australia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, East Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, tropical Africa, the Indian Ocean Islands, the Pacific, the America south and Hawai'i.
eTropic journal is free open access; indexed in Scopus, Google Scholar, DOAJ and Ulrich's; archived in Pandora and Sherpa/Romeo, ranked Scimago Q1 (2021). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
LiNQ (Literature in North Queensland)
LiNQ (Literature in North Queensland) publishes fiction and poetry, as well as peer-reviewed papers and reviews of local, national, and international interest in the areas of literature, media/cinema, and culture.
The journal has a long standing commitment to regional writing in general and to Australian literature in particular.
From 2017, LiNQ will partner with Etropic journal to produce a special issue that publishes academic and creative works.
Journal of Resilient Economies (ISSN: 2653-1917)
What does it take to build a resilient economy? From natural disasters to pandemics, economies and the associated businesses, industries, occupations, and communities can be vulnerable to a range of external risks. The Journal of Resilient Economies (JRE), is a Platinum Open Access journal, with a multidisciplinary focus to further advance the important concept of resilience. JRE does not charge either the readers or the authors. This ensures all accepted articles will be immediately and permanently available to readers free of charge.
Taken from: https://journals.jcu.edu.au/
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