JRE Repository and Archiving Policy
JRE has electronic backup and preservation of access to the content of its journals via PKP Preservation Network (PKP PN). This can be seen at PKP PN page.
PKP has developed the PKP Preservation Network (PKP PN) to digitally preserve OJS journals.
Author Self-Archiving Policy
As JRE is an Open Access journal authors are entitled to make their article publicly available according to the terms of the CC BY licence through Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial No-Derivatives 4.0 International License.
Re-use guidelines for open-access content
When posting, distributing or reusing Open Access articles, the journal should be clearly attributed as the original place of publication and correct citation details should be given. Authors should also deposit the URL/DOI of their published article in any repository, in addition to the Version of Record.
When making their article available according to the terms of their Open Access licence, we strongly encourage authors to deposit the Version of Record. This will guarantee that the definitive version is readily available to those accessing your article from such repositories and means that your article is more likely to be cited correctly.
Version of Record (VOR)
What is it? This is the final, definitive, citable version of your paper, which has been copyedited, typeset, had metadata applied, and has been allocated a DOI (Digital Object Identifier). This is the published version.
How can I share it? On publication, you can link to the VOR using the DOI or you can post the article PDF on any non-commercial websites and repositories.
By using a link containing the DOI, article downloads, Altmetric data, and citations can all be tracked and collated. All this data can help you to assess the impact of your work.
JRE is indexed in Google Scholar. JRE is a listed journal with Sherpa Romeo. JRE exports articles metadata in CrossRef XML and DataCite formats and it applies Dublin Core meta tags in article views for indexing purposes. JRE is published through an Open Journal Systems as part of the Public Knowledge Project (PKP).