Module 17: System Plugins

Objective
Video
Readings
Activity
Review Activity
Discussion

 

Objective

This unit will introduce the System Plugins, additional OJS features that can be turned on or off as you need them. They can be very useful for expanding what OJS can do for your journal. This unit will provide a brief overview, and the following units will show you some examples.

 

Video

 

Readings

Please read the System Plugins section in the OJS User Guide.

 

Activity

We’ll be looking at a few of the plugins in more detailing in the following sections. For this unit, simply click through the various plugins and read the documentation. If you have any questions, post them to the discussion board.

 

Review Activity

Your editor just emailed to say that a reviewer complained that the Article Review Acknowledgement email message seemed a little “cold”, and that you need to open it with “Dear…” and close it with “Sincerely, …”.

Remember how to do it?

 

Discussion

If you have any questions about the plugins, please post them here. As an introductory class, we won’t be going into too much detail, but if something is of particular interest, or has caused a special problem, please discuss it here.

 

5 Comments on "Module 17: System Plugins"

  1. Profile photo of Yola Yola says:

    some have more plugins that are used to import and export articles and users, also one of configurations doi among others. but I would like there could be more information about some or all plugins or a user guide.

  2. We have developed some tools for migrations of articles and users (with more than one rol), How we can participate sending our code to you? Is there any way to contribute with PKP software group?

  3. Usually we use import/export plugins, i explain quick submit plugin for Back Issues and users xml plugin when a journal going to start in ojs and they need to include a lot of people.
    The last one plugin that a studied was CrossRef xml, because a journal wanted to include DOI.
    I think some plugins are intuitive.

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