Digital Archiving Policy
Digital preservation can be seen as a set of processes and activities that ensure information that now exists in digital format is backed up and distributed to guarantee continued access for the long term. The digital content of journals is valuable and measures are in place to ensure current accessibility and long-term preservation. This preservation policy includes the following steps:

Website archiving

All our electronic content (website, manuscripts, etc.) is stored in three different sources. The content on one server is online and accessible to readers. Copies of the same content are stored as backups on two other sources. In the event of a failure on one of the servers, one of the other sources can be brought online and the website is expected to be accessible in less than 24-36 hours.

Abstracting/Indexing Service

Our journals' Abstracting/Indexing services store a lot of important information about articles. In addition, two Indexing/Abstracting services of our journals archive not only metadata about articles, but also electronic versions of the articles. Therefore, copies of articles are available to the scientific community through their systems as an alternative to our journals.


Authors can archive the final version of their published article in a personal or institutional repository immediately after publication.