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Open Journal Systems (OJS) is an open source software platform designed to help small to medium-sized publishers manage and publish scholarly journals. It is developed, maintained, and supported by the Public Knowledge Project (PKP), a multi-university initiative launched in 1998. OJS is used in thousands of journals worldwide and is the most widely used open source journal management and publishing system. It is designed to help publishers of all types manage the entire process of peer-reviewed publishing, from the submission of articles to the indexing of content. OJS is easy to use, provides a wide range of features, and is highly customizable. OJS can be used to publish traditional print journals, hybrid print/electronic journals, and full electronic journals. It also includes tools for managing the peer review process, publishing articles and issues, customizing the look and feel of the journal, and indexing content in databases and search engines.