Interested in using OJS? Whether you are starting from scratch or are looking to move an existing publication online, we can help.
For an annual fee we will:
install OJS on our servers
get you started with initial setup and training support
provide daily backups (seven days incremental, other regimens available for an additional fee)
upgrade the software
ensure that your content is highly visible on the web.
Leave the technical details to us, and get on with publishing!
You also retain full control over your publication. You select the best policies (e.g., copyright, access, peer-review, conflict of interest, etc.) for your publication without any requirements from us. All of the content is yours. If for any reason you choose to move to a different service, you can take all of your data with you. We'll even help with the transition.
If you are not already familiar with all of the benefits of using our software, be sure to check out the PKP website here.
Depending on your needs, you can choose from our Basic, Professional, or Enterprise plans. Basic is ideal for the tech-saavy organization that wants to leave the hosting up to us, but can take care of everything else itself. Choose Professional or Enterprise if you want some extra support or additional features.
If you are ready to place your order, please click on the appropriate 'Setup Now!' link below. If you have any further questions, just let us know.
Journals on the basic plan are hosted on the Simon Fraser University servers. The SFU Library endeavours to maintain and make available its online systems and services on a 24/7 basis, and to respond to any system problems or requests for support in a timely manner. However, regular working hours for Library Systems staff are 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Pacific Time, Monday – Friday, except public holidays. Outside of these times, the Library relies on remote monitoring utilities and reports from regular Library staff who may be working evening and weekend shifts.
Journals on the professional and enterprise plan are hosted in a commercial-level hosting environment at Gossamer Threads.