Digital Preservation Policy
The journal is part of the Public Knowledge Project's Private LOCKSS Network (PKP-PLN) to digitally preserve journals using OJS.
The LOCKSS program offers decentralized and distributed preservation, perpetual uninterrupted access, and preservation of the authentic original version of content.
The journal allows the self-archiving and dissemination of articles in institutional repositories, social networks, academic and scientific profiles, including the bibliographic data of the publication.
In addition, the journal has an internal self-archiving policy that allows all published information to be preserved and restored. The backup is made in an institutional repository in which the corrected final versions of the documents are self-archived in the XML-JATS, PDF, HTML and EPUB display formats. In the same way, the editorial bases of the magazine are saved and archived in XML format.
Authors and reviewers are informed that the journal will maintain a record for internal use of review reports received, as well as correspondence between the journal editorial team and reviewers, and between the editorial team and authors.