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Two New Journals

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Two New Journals

Postby jkeisers » Wed Dec 29, 2004 1:21 pm

Rutgers University Libraries recently launched two OJS-based journals:

* PCSP - Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy - http://pcsp.libraries.rutgers.edu/
* EJBE - Electronic Journal of Boundary Elements - http://ejbe.libraries.rutgers.edu/

For these journals, we use a modified version of OJS. Among the modifications are a new Search mechanism, XML export, RSS feed, and a database-driven content management system combined with a WYSIWYG Editor that enables the journal editors to manage the web-based content of the journal without the help of a webmaster. Managing the journal is based on the "self-service" principle.

For each published article the E-Journal generates an XML object for our Digital Library Repository, which is based on 'Fedora' - http://www.fedora.info/. The XML object contains information enabling the generation of a Persistent Identifier (PID) for each published article. We are running a Handle server for the PID's. You can see one of these 'handles' here: http://hdl.rutgers.edu/1782.1/pcsp1.1.47

Thank you.
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