Archiving

The journal develops various procedures aimed at ensuring the permanent accessibility to the contents hosted in its servers:

  • Backup copies
  • Monitoring the technological aspects to prevent potential conversions of format or obsolete software.
  • Digital preservation metadata.
  • Using Digital Object Identifier (DOI).
  • Using as an editorial manager software Open Journal Systems (OJS)) in its 3.1.1.4 version, an open source software with the interoperability protocol OAI-PHM ( Open Archive Initiative-Protocol for Metadata Harvesting).

In addition, the journal stores its metadata in different national and international repositories to guarantee the long-term digital preservation of its articles, such as Dialnet, DOAJ (Directory of open access Journals) and REDIB (Red Iberoamericana de Innovación y Conocimiento Científico).

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