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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Bogotá 2022 Sprint Notes Released: Mejoras en citas para el plugin Dataverse para OPS/OJS 3

August 19th, 2022 by  | Comments Off on Bogotá 2022 Sprint Notes Released: Mejoras en citas para el plugin Dataverse para OPS/OJS 3

English message follows Spanish  En junio de 2022, la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, la Universidad PedagĂłgica Nacional y la Universidad Distrital Francisco JosĂ© de Caldas organizaron el primer PKP Sprint Latinoamericano en Bogotá, Colombia. Miembros de la comunidad de PKP se reunieron en grupos de trabajo, cada uno con una tarea especĂ­fica. Este es el […]

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Helsinki 2022 Sprint: Round-up Summary

August 17th, 2022 by  | Comments Off on Helsinki 2022 Sprint: Round-up Summary

If you missed out on the updates we have been putting out about the PKP Helsinki Sprint, or if you are looking for a less tech-heavy interpretation, here is a summary of all the amazing work that happened from June 15-16, under the midnight sun. Read on to learn more!

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Here we go! What’s planned for 3.4

April 28th, 2021 by  | Comments Off on Here we go! What’s planned for 3.4

Since the release of OJS/OMP/OPS 3.3, we’ve been hard at work planning our next major release. In this post, I’ll kick off our 3.4 development cycle by sharing our plans for the next six months, including major work on email notifications, DOIs, accessibility, and code modernization.

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The Road to Preprints (Part 3): Metadata Matters

April 9th, 2020 by  | Comments Off on The Road to Preprints (Part 3): Metadata Matters

In our third and final post in our “Road to Preprints” series, we’re chatting with PKP Associate Director of Research Juan Pablo Alperin to learn more about the Preprint Uptake and Use Project, a joint research initiative between ASAPBIo and the ScholCommLab that turned disappointing data into a metadata mission.

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The Road to Preprints (Part 2): SciELO’s Preprint Server

March 3rd, 2020 by  | Comments Off on The Road to Preprints (Part 2): SciELO’s Preprint Server

Our preprints story continues with a guest post by SciELO. In addition to seed funding to make Open Preprint Systems (OPS) possible, SciELO is working closely with the PKP team to make sure that the software is developed and maintained following state-of-the-art best practices and that its features satisfy the needs of a diverse community. 

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The Road to Preprints (Part 1): Introducing Open Preprint Systems

February 24th, 2020 by  | 1 Comment

Our story begins in February 2017 when SciELO first announced their quest for a preprint server. Like many circa 2016, SciELO was coming around to the idea that preprints could and would serve an important part in their strategy for open science. But despite a clear vision and path to get there, SciELO was missing […]

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