Archiving Policy

Jurnal Kesehatan dan Keperawatan Bethesda (JKKB) utilizes digital archiving to ensure the long-term preservation and accessibility of its published content. The journal is committed to the following archiving practices:

1. Digital Archiving:

  • All published articles and associated metadata are archived digitally.
  • Archiving is conducted to ensure continued access to the journal's content in the event of any technical or operational issues.

2. LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe):

  • JKKB participates in the LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) system.
  • LOCKSS is an international community initiative that provides libraries and publishers with open-source software to create persistent digital archives.
  • Through LOCKSS, multiple copies of JKKB's content are distributed to participating libraries and archives, ensuring redundancy and resilience against data loss.

3. Access and Preservation:

  • The archived content is preserved in a secure environment to safeguard against data corruption or loss.
  • Access to archived content is provided in accordance with the journal's open access policy, ensuring continued availability to readers and researchers worldwide.

4. Commitment to Digital Preservation Standards:

  • JKKB adheres to best practices and digital preservation standards to maintain the integrity and authenticity of archived content.
  • Regular checks and updates are conducted to ensure that archived materials remain accessible and usable over time.

5. Long-Term Accessibility:

  • The goal of JKKB's archiving policy is to guarantee the long-term accessibility and usability of its published articles for current and future generations of scholars, researchers, and readers.

By implementing these archiving practices, Jurnal Kesehatan dan Keperawatan Bethesda (JKKB) ensures that its scholarly content remains accessible and preserved for the benefit of the academic community and the broader public.