Bori’s Open Journal Systems (OJS) Plugin

Bori is a unique Brazilian agency that monitors scientific papers about to be published in scholarly journals and shares them with journalists. Connecting the media to peer-reviewed science helps to increase sharing, visibility, public knowledge, and impact over traditional distribution methods. Bori monitors about one hundred scientific articles per day that are produced by Brazilian […]

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OJS community input needed for submissions list filter design

November 18th, 2022 by  | No Comments

Editors or those with multiple roles in a journal use the submissions lists to identify which submissions need action, which submissions are waiting for reviewers or authors, when they need to nudge other editors to take actions, or when expected tasks are overdue. Sometimes these lists get long and it becomes difficult for editors to […]

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The PKP Amend Copyright Tour 2022

October 17th, 2022 by  | Comments Off on The PKP Amend Copyright Tour 2022

Should copyright be on the open access agenda? John Willinsky says yes as he embarks on a world tour to convince stakeholders that it is time for reform.  With John Willinsky’s new (open access) book from MIT Press as a starting point, this tour of law schools, publishers, societies, funders, and research institutes considers whether […]

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PKP Welcomes UX/UI Designer Devika Goel to the Team

September 19th, 2022 by  | Comments Off on PKP Welcomes UX/UI Designer Devika Goel to the Team

Earlier this month PKP welcomed Devika Goel to the team as a UX/UI designer. Described as a ‘powerhouse’ by some of her colleagues, she is already well on her way to collecting and analyzing data that will help her implement more ‘community-centric design’ in her work. Devika has lots to share about her experiences, her […]

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Bogotá Sprint 2022: Resumen General | Bogotá Sprint 2022: Round-up Summary

September 14th, 2022 by  | Comments Off on Bogotá Sprint 2022: Resumen General | Bogotá Sprint 2022: Round-up Summary

English message follows Spanish El pasado 30 de Junio y 1° de Julio, se llevó a cabo el primer PKP Sprint Latinoamericano, alojado por la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, la Universidad Pedagógica Nacional y la Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas.   Por primera vez, el PKP Sprint se llevó a cabo completamente en español, recibiendo […]

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PKP Hires Director of Operations

May 30th, 2022 by  | Comments Off on PKP Hires Director of Operations

May 30, 2021 The Public Knowledge Project (PKP) is thrilled to welcome back Kevin Stranack to the PKP leadership team. Kevin has been appointed the inaugural Director of Operations for the Public Knowledge Project in its recent designation as Simon Fraser University’s newest Core Facility. Kevin comes to this position with 20 years of leadership […]

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A Note of Gratitude

May 16th, 2022 by  | Comments Off on A Note of Gratitude

May 16, 2022 PKP wants to acknowledge and thank Sonya Betz, Head, Library Publishing and Digital Production Services, University of Alberta, for her role as the Chair of the Technical Committee. Sonya’s expertise in online user experience, digital repositories, scholarly publishing, and open access made her an invaluable member of the PKP technical committee. We […]

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Bogota Sprint 2022

March 17th, 2022 by  | 2 Comments

Bogotá welcomes its first Latin American PKP Sprint, which will be held on June 30 and July 1, 2022 hosted by the National University of Colombia, Bogotá. Register today, space is limited.

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With Regard to openjournalsystems (dot) com

January 26th, 2022 by  | Comments Off on With Regard to openjournalsystems (dot) com

The Public Knowledge Project (PKP), creators of Open Journal Systems (OJS) and other software, is not affiliated in any way with the US business identified as openjournalsystems (dot) com.

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Open access journals must be preserved forever

November 4th, 2021 by  | Comments Off on Open access journals must be preserved forever

PKP is delighted, on this World Preservation Day, to share an important update on Project JASPER, our partnership with DOAJ, Internet Archive, CLOCKSS and Keepers Registry. We initiated Project JASPER a year ago with an express goal to preserve no-fee journal content all over the world – much of which is published on Open Journal Systems. […]

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