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TDL Electronic Journals

General Information

With TDL Electronic Journals, faculty members, libraries, and universities can produce refereed, open-access scholarly journals, ensuring the availability of important scholarship to researchers across the world. TDL Electronic Journals are powered by Open Journal Systems (OJS), an open-source journal management and publication software produced by the Public Knowledge Project.

Using Open Journal Systems software, faculty at TDL member institutions can set up and publish an online journal (or migrate an existing journal) without any costs for the software or TDL technical assistance. The OJS software helps with every stage of peer-reviewed publishing, handling online submissions from authors, managing the peer-review process, publishing issues online, and indexing content.


FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions about TDL Electronic Journals

User Documentation - A How-to Guide for TDL Electronic journals

Training presentations - Past and current TDL training presentations


As of December 2012, TDL had upgraded all TDL-hosted journals to OJS 2.3.7.

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