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Open Journal System: Home

This guide aims to familiarize faculty, student, and staff users to the open journal system (OJS) through a series of tutorials, videos, and links to helpful information on the Web.


The Open Journal System site hosts three peer-reviewed academic journals managed by faculty at the University of Toledo, with significant participation from University of Toledo students and researchers from partnering institutions.  Support for the University of Toledo Open Journal System comes from the University of Toledo Press.

Home Page

Current Active Open-Access Journals at the University of Toledo

Learning to Teach

Performance, Religion, and Spirituality

Translation: The University of Toledo Journal of Medical Sciences

About Open Journal Systems

"Open Journal Systems (OJS) is a journal management and publishing system that has been developed by the Public Knowledge Project through its federally funded efforts to expand and improve access to research." (Public Knowledge Project Website)


This library guide presents links to videos, tutorials, and other contents related to using OJS.  As the cite is undergoing development, please visit this site in the future.


Arjun Sabharwal
Associate Professor & Digital Initiatives Librarian
University Libraries
CL 5036, Mail Stop 509
2801 W. Bancroft St.
Toledo, Ohio 43606-3390

OJS Documentation

The following links point to information on using the latest version of OJS (3.x):

Learning OJS 3.1: A Visual Guide to Open Journal Systems (by PKP)

OJS 3 User Guide (by OJS Hosting)

OJS in an Hour (for version 2)

PHP Community Forum (for discussion related technical issues)


Webinars from OJS Hosting

Webinar 1

Webinar 2


Videos on Youtube