DPubS (Digital Publishing System) is an open-source software system designed to enable the organization, presentation, and delivery of scholarly journals, monographs, conference proceedings, and other common and evolving means of academic discourse.
DPubS key attributes are:
- Enables publication, resource discovery, and delivery of journal, monographic, and grey literature with the same technology environment
- Scales well to support an expanding number and variety of publications
- A library-developed tool, designed with an understanding of sustainability and preservation issues, to support change in the scholarly communication environment
- Supports the building of a library-supported publishing program and facilitates cooperation with university presses
Modular architecture makes DPubS flexible and extensible
Accommodates both open access and e-commerce to support different business models
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