Scholarly Communication’s epublishing services include hosting PKP's Open Journal Systems and Open Conference Systems software and assisting with workflow design and overall production support.
- Improve access to research in your field by starting a new journal.
- Expose a journal now hidden behind a pay wall.
- Gather and publish your conference’s proceedings.
Virginia Tech Libraries will help with these and more. We provide OJS and OCS to make journal production much less time-consuming, especially if you’ve been relying on manual labor to date. OJS helps with the call for papers, the peer review process, the publication of each issue, etc.
This management and publishing system can improve workflow but you still control and look and feel of your publication.
SPECTRA: the Social, Political, Ethical, and Cultural Theory Archives
SPECTRA and Journal of Research in Music Performance, edited by Kelly Parkes, Associate Professor of Music Education at Virginia Tech, are our first journals to use of OJS. Look for the International Journal of Recirculating Aquaculture coming soon.
To take advantage of our services and resources, contact Gail McMillan: email@example.com, Director of Scholarly Communication.
Virginia Libraries features peer reviewed and non-peer reviewed content from all libraries (academic, corporate, public, school, special), with a focus on the Virginia library community.
Journal of Career and Technical Education
The Journal of Career and Technical Education is a non-profit, refereed, national publication of Omicron Tau Theta, the national, graduate honorary society of career and technical education. It is intended that JCTE serve as a forum for discussion of philosophy, theory, practice, and issues in career and technical education.
Journal of Research in Music Performance
The Journal of Research in Music Performance is a peer-reviewed journal designed to provide presentation of a broad range of research that represents the breadth of an emerging field of study.