meTypeset

meTypeset is a tool to covert from Microsoft Word .docx format to NLM/JATS-XML for scholarly/scientific article typesetting.

meTypeset is a fork of the OxGarage stack and uses TEI as an intemediary format to facilitate interchange. Components are licensed under the GPL v2 and the Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike 3.0 clauses, according to the various original sources of the fork.

The transforms within this software can be invoked in several different ways:

  1. Run through a *nix compatible command line with the bin/meTypeset.py script.
  2. A limited set of the transforms can be called through any renderer capable of parsing XSLT 1.0. This will not include the meTypeset classifier stages.

The modfications to the OxGarage stack contained within this project are Copyright Martin Paul Eve 2014 and released under the licenses specified in each respective file.

https://github.com/MartinPaulEve/meTypeset

UGM Digital Press

As an open-source platform for a series of potentially cutting-edge proceeding papers, the UGM Digital Press is dedicated to build public trust through strong publication ethics and societal commitment to provide an authentic and intellectually stimulating articles. It publishes international conference papers and UGM Press scientific books. All manuscript published on the UGM Digital Press are strictly assessed through a review process and thus, it ensures the quality of the selected articles.

The collection of scientific papers from the international conference can be accessed on the UGM Digital Press Proceeding Series. They are part of the Universitas Gadjah Mada Annual Scientific Conferences (UASC). Its agenda comprises ICST, ICHS, ICTA, ICSEAS, BioMIC, and other international conferences independently organized by faculties or working units within the compound of Universitas Gadjah Mada.

The scientific works of international conference published on the UGM Digital Press will be assigned DOIs and indexed on Google Scholars. All documents published are licensed by Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY). To progress further, the UGM Digital Press continues to collaborate with reputable indexing institutions such as Crossref and Dimension and the like.

UGM Digital Press is managed directly by the Badan Penerbit dan Publikasi Universitas Gadjah Mada and is supported by Direktorat Sistem dan Sumber Daya Informasi Universitas Gadjah Mada.

https://digitalpress.ugm.ac.id/

JMIR Publications

JMIR Publications helps innovators in the health technology space to collaborate and to disseminate their innovations, ideas, and research results to the widest possible audience, in a timely manner, adding value to the quality of the work and adhering to the highest ethical and quality standards. We achieve this by using the internet and the latest available technologies as well as by producing conferences and social media, and other innovative knowledge translation products.

We also innovate in the scholarly communication space itself, experimenting with new business models, new models of peer-review and dissemination, and new technologies.

https://www.jmirpublications.com/

Open Preprint Systems

A “preprint” is a research paper that authors have chosen to make freely available online while still in draft form and through multiple versions, with the rise of preprints representing another element in the broader move toward open science.

Open Preprint Systems (OPS) is an open source preprint server for managing the posting of research papers. Authors, after registering with the system and being approved by the Preprint Manager, can share their research as preprints, whether as PDFs, or Word documents. The posted papers are then made freely available online to be downloaded and indexed by Google Scholar.

OPS Features

OPS is built using the same framework as Open Journal Systems (OJS) and so shares the majority of its code base. OPS can be downloaded, for free, by any interested party and installed on a local webserver. Capacities and features of the beta release including the following:

  • Responsive reader front-end with multiple options for content organization
  • Author-led rapid publication workflow
  • Online submission and management of all content
  • Customizable to suit your screening policies, with several options included
  • Integrated with scholarly publishing services such as Crossref and ORCiD
  • Locally installed and controlled
  • Community-led and supported
  • Built-in support for a wide array of features from the OJS and OMP ecosystem
  • Available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese, with more languages to come

https://pkp.sfu.ca/ops/

Open Square

Open Square is NYU Press’s platform for publishing and reading open access books.

A browser-based reading platform, Open Square enables us to increase the impact of scholarly work by making it freely available in a digital format and to experiment with new ways of presenting scholarship and adding enhanced content to traditionally published books.
Open Square features new and recently published titles as well as a growing library of classic backlist publications. NYU Press is committed to expanding our offerings in both categories.

http://opensquare.nyupress.org

microPublication

microPublication.org publishes brief, novel findings, negative and/or reproduced results, and results which may lack a broader scientific narrative.

Each article is peer reviewed and assigned a DOI. Included data is curated and, upon publication, deposited in third party referential databases (when available).

https://www.micropublication.org/

IATUL, In the Service of University Libraries

IATUL offers an influential and inclusive community for leaders of university and research libraries from around the world. We bring together library directors and senior managers from over 60 countries to exchange ideas, expand professional networks, form new collaborations, and work together on multinational projects exploring the big challenges we face.

IATUL places great store in reaching out to university libraries throughout the world through its activities. As a member institution, you and your senior staff have access to IATUL’s Annual Conference and Seminars which have been held in countries across Asia, Africa, Oceania, Europe, and North & South America. The IATUL office supports members in hosting their colleagues at seminars and workshops intended to advance local institutional and regional aims, promote cross-cultural understanding and strengthen your international network of peers. IATUL also offers a number of targeted programmes intended to help member institutions.

https://www.iatul.org/

Open-Heritage

Open-Heritage is an independent online space open to the contribution of the community of heritage researchers, practitioners, professionals and citizens interested in promoting the value of cultural heritage and supporting its public recognition.

The platform offers a set of multidisciplinary and multimedia conduits for the exchange of expertise and experience between people and institutions, aiming to foster debate and reflection on the importance of cultural heritage and its impact on societies, communities and our daily life. It also provides a rich repository of data and resources, comprising policy documents, publications, updated information on events and activities promoted by a multitude of European and extra-European projects, that can be of use to stakeholders active in the fields of heritage, culture, education, tourism, administration and academia.

Open-Heritage.eu is managed by the Social Platform created by the REACH project (RE-designing Access to Cultural Heritage for a wider participation in preservation, (re-)use and management of European culture) and is intended to continue functioning after the end of the project.

All interested parties are welcome to contribute to the open dialogue and exchange of ideas, facilitated by Open-Heritage, and to enrich the content of the platform by submitting information about projects, activities, publications, and blogs.

https://www.open-heritage.eu/