Journal archiving has become one of the core functions in the journal publishing lifecycle. Digital archiving of scholarly content, journal articles, etc., ensures that your research work will be preserved and accessible to the readers in the long run. self_archiving
The Indian Journal of Management and Language (IJML) is using Internet Archiving to store publishing contents and articles for lifelong. The Internet Archive is an American digital library with the stated mission of “universal access to all knowledge”. It provides free public access to collections of digitized materials, including websites, software applications/games, music, movies/videos, moving images, and millions of books.
Self-Archiving and Repository
As per the Journal’s Open Access Policy, authors are entitled of making their article available publicly in various domains and repositories according to the terms of the CC BY license. When reusing, distributing, posting or archiving articles, the journal must be attributed clearly as the original publication authority and correct details of citation must be provided. Authors are therefore required to deposit the unique URL/DOI of their published article in addition to the Version of Record in any Repository. We encourage authors to self-archive and submit their articles in institutional repositories or on their websites without embargo. These practices ensure greater citation of published work and provide productive exchange benefits to the authors.
Science Repository acknowledges valid concerns of authors, readers, researchers and other users regarding the need for long-term preservation and access to scholarly research works as publishing moves into the online era. Data available in a structured database carries significant benefits. Science Repository allows authors to deposit their research/data in any public repository that meets appropriate archiving, citation and curation standards. Such repositories mainly allow the data to be stored in native forms, which maximizes the potential for analysis, verification and reuse. In keeping with our efforts to support the dissemination of research works, our repository policy also follows indefinite preservation and continued readability of the articles published in our journal.