Digital Publishing provides support to the OSU community for the creation, management, distribution, and preservation of a variety of online publications, including open access journals, conference proceedings, monographs, and other scholarly content. We also support hosting of maps, photos, appendices, research data and other supplementary materials relating to final OSU-affiliated, published materials.
OSU and UO Libraries have jointly established a new Open Access Journal Publishing Service called OJS@OregonDigital that handles the full cycle of online journal publishing from submission to distribution. The service:
- Takes advantage of modern web-based distribution mechanisms
- Increases the visibility of journal publications
- Avoids the fees and access restrictions associated with commercial publishers
- Reaches readers outside the journal's core discipline and those without access to academic libraries or traditional research channels
- Ensures long-term stewardship and availability.
The Center provides support for assigning and managing Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) and other identifiers (ARK, Handle, ISSN) for research data and publications.
peer-reviewed journals (Open Journal System)
- Forest Phytophthoras (OSU)
- Journal of the Transportation Research Forum (OSU)
- Humanist Studies & the Digital Age (UO)
- Konturen (UO)
- Oregon Undergraduate Research Journal (UO)
non-peer-reviewed journals (ScholarsArchive@OSU)
For OSU journals: Contact Tom Johnson (Digital Applications Librarian) if you are interested in starting an open access journal or moving an existing journal to the OJS system.
For UO journals: Contact Karen Estlund (UO Digital Library Services, Head; Oregon Digital Newspaper Program, Director).