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. We can:
- 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 processes 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.
To take advantage of our services and resources, contact Gail McMillan: firstname.lastname@example.org, Director of Scholarly Communication.
Journals publishing using OJS:
IJRA is a peer-reviewed journal publishing annually a balance of articles on advances in the science and applicationof recirculating aquaculture technology.
The Virginia Tech Undergraduate Historical Review
The Virginia Tech Undergraduate Historical Review is a peer-reviewed undergraduate research journal published annually by the History Department at Virginia Tech.
SPECTRA: Social, Political, Ethical, and Cultural Theory Archives
SPECTRA is a graduate student-run, peer reviewed scholarly journal hosted at Virginia Tech. The journal features work of an interdisciplinary nature and is designed to provide an academic forum to explore controversial topics and take intellectual risks.
Philologia is Greek for "scholarship, love of learning," a title that embodies the objectives of the journal. The journal was created for the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences at Virginia Tech and accepts liberal arts research from all thirteen Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) universities.
Other journals published by the Virginia Tech Libraries:
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.