Archiving & Repository Policy

It has been ensured under the digital archiving policy of NASIJ that despite any accidental loss of data in our archival records, the published scholarly content remains available to the academic community through the following systems available in the OJS:
PKP Preservation Network (PN)
The PKP Preservation Network (PN) is a valuable resource that provides free preservation services for any journal managed and operated through the Open Journal System (OJS). The PKP PN plugin for OJS 3, available in the plugin gallery, fulfils the essential criteria and has been activated for NASIJ, ensuring the preservation of the published work.
Self-archiving (Repository Policy)
NASIJ permits authors to deposit all versions of their manuscripts, including preprints, author-submitted manuscripts, accepted manuscripts, and published articles (version of record), in an institutional or subject repository without embargo.