Using Open Journal System and Open Monograph for Open Pedagogy: EdTech Demo

Using Open Journal System and Open Monograph for Open Pedagogy

This is the archive page of the session that took place April 12, 2017

In this free open webinar, Kevin Stranack from the Public Knowledge Project (PKP) will give a brief introduction to SFU’s free, open source Open Journal Systems and Open Monograph Press publishing applications. Building on his recent blog post on ways to use OJS and OMP to enable open pedagogical practices in the classroom, Kevin will talk about how these practices expand students’ information literacy and knowledge of the scholarly communications process. Participants will come away with practical ideas to get your students writing, peer-reviewing, and publishing in the open.

About Kevin Stranack

Kevin Stranack is the Associate Director for Community Engagement & Learning at the Public Knowledge Project (PKP) at Simon Fraser University, where he leads the PKP School for open access publishers. He has also served as an adjunct faculty member at the iSchool at UBC and the Publishing program at SFU. Kevin holds a Master of Library and Information Studies from the University of British Columbia and a Master of Adult Education from the University of Regina.


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