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Getting Published: Journal Publishing

Publishing Your Own Journal

This page serves as a resource for those who are interested in launching their own open-access journal.

Open Access Journals Published at ASU

Open Access Journal Publishing

At this time, neither ASU nor the ASU Library provides hosting or support services for journal publishing. However, the following resources may be useful.

Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs)

ASU does not provide DOI registration. To create a DOI, you must go through a DOI Registration Agency, such as CrossRef or DataCite in the U.S. This DOI FAQ provides more detailed information about DOI registration and pricing.

General Guides

Journal Publishing Platforms

  • Open Journal Systems - a free, open-source platform designed for journal management and publishing.
  • Annotum - an open source, open process, open access scholarly authoring and publishing platform for Wordpress
  • Digital Publishing Systems (DPubS) - free, open-source platform for publishing, designed by Cornell University Library.
  • Drupal E-Journal - a journal management and publishing module using the popular Drupal platform.
  • Scholastica - a low-cost open access journal publishing platform.
  • Ubiquity Press - a hosted open access journal publishing platform, supported by low article processing charges
  • PubPub - PubPub is a free and open-source tool for collaborative editing, instant publishing, continuous review, and grassroots journals.

Scholarly Communication Librarian

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Anali Perry
Subjects: Copyright, Scholarly Communication, Digital Repositories, Scholarly Publishing, Impact & Metrics, Open Access and Open Education.
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