Archiving policies Archiving policies

 | Post date: 2024/04/19 | 
Archiving Policy
The purpose of this archiving policy is to ensure the long-term preservation, accessibility, and security of scholarly content published in the MJIRI journal. As a reputable academic journal, we recognize the importance of archiving to safeguard knowledge and facilitate future research.

Archiving Mechanisms
 Abstracting & Indexing Services:
MJIRI content will be indexed by various abstracting and indexing services including Scopus, PubMed, Google Scholar, etc. Authors, readers, and researchers can find our articles through these services.
The “About” page of our journal will provide detailed information on the specific services covering our titles.
Submitted Manuscript (Pre-print):
The initial version submitted by authors before peer review. This version can be archived by authors in institutional repositories or subject-specific repositories.
Accepted Manuscript (Post-print or Author’s Accepted Manuscript):
The version after peer review and acceptance.
Authors can archive this version in repositories, subject to any embargo periods or licensing requirements.
Published Version (Version of Record):
The final, formatted version as published in MJIRI.
While we encourage self-archiving, the published version should be accessed directly from our journal’s platform.
Author Responsibilities
Authors are encouraged to:
Comply with our archiving policy.
Provide accurate metadata when depositing manuscripts in repositories.
Adhere to any embargo periods specified by the journal.
By implementing this archiving policy, MJIRI aims to contribute to the global scholarly community by ensuring the longevity and accessibility of our valuable research output