This is not an exhaustive list and review of Scholarly Publishing tools. It may none the less be useful to start getting an overview of the sorts of tools that exist. Some tools are not specifically intended for scholarly publishing but may none the less be used for it
- AustESE Suite of tools for scholarly editing.
- Calibre For managing your personal eBook library and device, this can also be used to create eBooks from scratch.
- Smashwords Independent self publishing.
- Lulu Print on demand.
- Amazon Self publishing.
- Xlibris Self publishing and print on demand.
The following list is from Survey on digital publishing in the humanities, University of Illinois:
- Ambra Create open access online journals.
- CommentPress Wordpress theme allowing commenting on specific parts of a text on a Wordpress site.
- Commons in a Box (CBOX) Easily establish an instance of CUNY Academic Commons, for collaborations.
- DPubS Online publishing scholarly journals, monographs, conference proceedings etc.
- Drupal e-Journal Blogging and website building system, adapted to be an online journal system.
- ePubTk For publishing online open access peer reviewed scientific journals.
- Omeka Create narratives and complex collections.
- Open Journal Systems (OJS) Online journal publishing.
- Open Monograph Press (OMP) Manage editorial workflow, and also a website for catalogue and sales.
- PressBooks Create books in multiple formats: print, eBook, etc.
- Scalar Digital authoring and publishing, incl. media.
- WordPress Blogging and website building system.