Archiving Policy

Digital Object Identifiers (DOI)s

Digital Object Identifiers (DOI)s are assigned to the articles for better archiving. DOIs ensure that citations to published articles remain accurate and retrievable over time.

Archival Practices

Published articles and associated metadata are archived in reputable digital repositories and preservation systems such as LOCKSS and PKP Preservation Network (PN). Articles are stored in formats that ensure readability and accessibility, and accompanying metadata are preserved to maintain contextual information. Archiving practices are designed to provide content availability for the foreseeable future, guarding against technological changes and obsolescence.

Author Self-Archiving Policy

BTTN journal encourages the display of published work on personal websites, social media handles, and institutional repositories to increase the data analytics of articles.