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DHIB members who attended the [http://www.dhsi.org/ UVic Digital Humanities Summer Institute] saw a demonstration of [http://pkp.sfu.ca/?q=ojs The Open Journal System], part of the [http://pkp.sfu.ca/ Public Knowledge Project]. This online journal system has tremendous potential for new humanities journals at UB, particularly new initiatives by graduate students, and can be used to manage conferences. The College of Arts and Sciences Technology Services, headed by Peter Rittner, has installed a [https://ojs-test.caset.buffalo.edu/index.php test instance] of the software on a local machine. DHIB members are encouraged to explore the possibilities of this software and to contact Maureen Jameson for a login on the test instance.
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DHIB members who attended the [http://www.dhsi.org/ UVic Digital Humanities Summer Institute] saw a demonstration of [http://pkp.sfu.ca/?q=ojs The Open Journal System], part of the [http://pkp.sfu.ca/ Public Knowledge Project]. This online journal system has tremendous potential for new humanities journals at UB, particularly new initiatives by graduate students, and can be used to manage conferences. The College of Arts and Sciences Technology Services, headed by Peter Rittner, has installed a [https://ojs-test.caset.buffalo.edu/index.php test instance] of the software on a local machine. DHIB members are encouraged to explore the possibilities of this software and to contact [mailto:jameson@buffalo.edu Maureen Jameson] for a login on the test instance.

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Open Journal System

DHIB members who attended the UVic Digital Humanities Summer Institute saw a demonstration of The Open Journal System, part of the Public Knowledge Project. This online journal system has tremendous potential for new humanities journals at UB, particularly new initiatives by graduate students, and can be used to manage conferences. The College of Arts and Sciences Technology Services, headed by Peter Rittner, has installed a test instance of the software on a local machine. DHIB members are encouraged to explore the possibilities of this software and to contact Maureen Jameson for a login on the test instance.

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