Journal Archiving Policy

This journal is included in the Public Knowledge Project Private Network (PKP PN), a distributed archiving system that creates permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration. 

Example of transferring the content to PKP PN can be seen in the figure below, or you can see the archival status in The Keepers Registry.

Publisher Manifest Page in LOCKSS can be seen here, while Manifest Page in CLOCKSS can be seen here

More about LOCKSS and the PKP PLN.

Open Archive Initiatives (OAI)

In this age where the Internet is being used to archive more and more journals, the development of common search standards to sift through this wealth of information is crucial to making it both accessible and fully searchable for the academic community.

The Open Archives Initiative (OAI) Metadata Harvesting Protocol is a set of uniform standards which allow "metadata" on archive holdings (i.e. a description of the information within the archive, eg title, authors and abstract of a research article) to be automatically shared between archives.  

BNJ also supports the OAI Metadata Harvesting Protocol. Metadata for all the articles we publish is available via our OAI interface.