Presented by Dr. Cheryl E. Ball at the 2011 Modern Language Association, this presentation explains why digital media scholarship needs its own kind of content-management system and what one journal, Kairos, is doing to fix that.
Open Journal Systems?<br />Features<br /> 1. OJS is installed locally and locally controlled.<br /> 2. Editors configure requirements, sections, review process.<br /> 3. Online submission and management of all content.<br /> 4. Subscription module with delayed open access options.<br /> 5. Comprehensive indexing of content part of global system.<br /> 6. Reading Tools for content, based on field and editors' choice.<br /> 7. Email notification and commenting ability for readers.<br /> 8. Complete context-sensitive online Help support.<br />http://pkp.sfu.ca/?q=ojs<br />
No Money In, No Money Out?<br />free<br />no ads<br />no affiliations<br />
No Money In, No Money Out?<br />Kairos <br />+ OJS <br />+ NEH <br />= FTW!<br />
Kairos Plug-ins for OJS<br />Reviewer & Editor Features<br />synchronous and visual review of webtexts<br />voting & gaming options for reviewers<br />sticky notes for writing directly on interface<br />moving all files together<br />archiving all versions<br />DOIs on all media elements<br />Compatibility with Zotero<br />Reader Features (Phase Two?)<br />Citation tools for media elements<br />Robust search/index for webtexts and media elements<br />Remix & post capabilities<br />Creation of own journal “issues” (for syllabi, research, etc.)<br />
Project Affiliates<br />Dr. Kathie GossettAssociate Editor of KairosOld Dominion University<br />Dr. Douglas Eyman<br /> Senior Editor of KairosGeorge Mason University<br />Stephen PottsPHP Programmer ExtraordinaireNorfolk, VA<br />Dr. Cheryl E. Ball, PIEditor of KairosIllinois State University<br />email@example.com<br />http://kairos.technorhetoric.net<br />