Our OJS training emphasize on the main concepts you need to get started with using OJS for online publishing. We have the ability and expertise to teach you the basic and advanced essentials of using OJS from start to finish.

We make sure that you will have extensive knowledge to create as well as configure a new journal, understand the manuscript tracking system as well as editorial steps, create an issue, establish the submission process, etc. All of our OJS training has been designed from beginners.

Our step-by-step guide from setup and configurations are helpful for journal managers. Besides that, our products and services include managed hosting and installations, as well as plugin customization, software upgrade, basic support, etc.

OJS Training Modules –

  • OJS Site Management
  • OJS Journal Management
  • Setting Up a New Journal
  • Journal Roles (Journal Manager, Editor, Reviewer, etc.)
  • Creating Journal Policies
  • Customizing the Look and Feel of a Journal
  • Creating and Publishing a Journal Issue
  • The Submission Process
  • Managing the Peer-Review Process for Submissions
  • Managing the Copy Editing, Layout Editing, and Proofreading

We also make sure you understand how OJS run smoothly, effectively, as well as securely.

There are several other options for training on Open Journal Systems (OJS), depending on your needs and preferences. Some options include:

  1. Online courses: The Public Knowledge Project (PKP) offers online courses on OJS through their PKP School platform. These courses cover topics such as OJS installation, configuration, and use, and are suitable for editors, reviewers, and authors.
  2. In-person workshops: We offers in-person workshops on OJS. These workshops provide hands-on training and allow attendees to ask questions and get personalized help from experienced trainers.
  3. Local resources: We have our own OJS support teams or experts who can provide training and assistance. You may be able to get training from these local resources if you are using OJS at an institution or organization.
  4. Self-study: The OJS documentation and user manual provide detailed information about using the software, and can be used as a resource for self-study. The OJS community forum is also a helpful resource for getting answers to specific questions or problems.