Terry Anderson and Brigette McConkey have written a very useful case study of the International Review of Research in Open and Distance Education (IRRODL) -- an outstanding example of an OJS journal. There is much useful information here for any open access journal.
The German Institute of Global and Area Studies and the University of Hamburg have launched the GIGA Journal Family, which includes these 4 journals:
The Charlesworth Group has announced the launch of a new, peer-reviewed journal using OJS -- the Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (JAMES).
JAMES is the only journal devoted to modeling Earth systems. JAMES maintains high standards of formal peer review, and provides authors the opportunity to participate in an interactive discussion forum. JAMES is committed to removing publication barriers and offers high quality publication services at minimal cost.
The Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR), an innovative, open access OJS journal, has been recognized by Thomson Reuters Impact Factor rankings as the top cited, number one ranked journal in its discipline.
Congratulations on this wonderful achievement! It is a worthy reflection of JMIR's tireless efforts and pursuit of innovative open access approaches to publishing and sharing this work.
Customized OJS Examples provides a list of attractively designed OJS journals to inspire new journal managers or editors setting up their new OJS installation.
We've also included examples of journals with interesting features, such as modifications to the sidebar, use of blogs, online advertising, images and flash, splash pages, audio and video, pay per view, and more.
eQuipu is a nicely designed set of OJS journals from Chile.
If you haven't seen CodeBreakers Journal before, you should take a look.
They have made considerable modifications to OJS, not only in the "look and feel", but also in the functionality. Displaying "latest papers" and "popular papers" at the top of the screen is a great addition. The images (feature conference video, paper icons, etc.) all add visual interest, and I also like the issues being listed in the left sidebar, along with Statistics and Who's Online.
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