Digital Archiving Policy

In order to ensure the preservation, usability and accessibility content for long term availability, there is a need for management policies and actions, called a Digital preservation policy.

The principle of Digital Archiving

Intellectual Property: USEFUL online journal is committed to providing access to digital materials while respecting and upholding the intellectual property rights of authors and obtaining prior consent.

Access: Digital preservation activities are performed with the primary goal of long-term access to digital collections.

Authenticity: It ensures that data remain unaltered and the original data is preserved.

Self-Archiving Rights

All authors hold full copyright and self-archiving rights. Our self-archiving policies are detailed in the RoMEO (ResearchersLinks is a green publisher at RoMEO, which is a database of publishers’ copyright and self-archiving policies). Additionally, authors are allowed to archive their articles in open access repositories as “post-prints”.

USEFUL online journal is archived in DSpace at

DSpace at (DUA) is a Digital Repository that makes the scientific data & research discoverable, freely reusable, and citable.

DUA develop based on DSpace (open source repository software) which is a reliable digital preservation solution that serves the needs of the library community.


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