Data Archiving Policy

M-JIS sends the articles it publishes to electronic archives on an open access basis without any action by the author(s) and makes them fully accessible. The author or the funding organisation can upload a copy of the author's accepted article to the archive sites. M-JIS undertakes to keep all articles open access under the CC-BY-NC Creative Commons licence and to store the full text content on archive platforms and website.

  • M-JIS allows authors to use the final published version of an article (publisher pdf) for self-archiving (author's personal website) and/or archiving in an institutional repository after publication.
  • Authors may self-archive their articles in public and/or commercial subject-based repositories. There is no embargo period but the published source must be cited and a link to the journal home page or DOI of the articles must be set.
  • Authors can download the manuscript as a PDF document. Authors can send copies of the article to their colleagues without any embargo.
  • M-JIS allows all versions of articles (submitted version, accepted version, published version) to be stored in an institutional or other archive of the author's choice without embargo.

Published Version
Publication Type: Open Access
Embargo Period: No embargo period.
Open Access Licence: CC BY-NC 4.0
Copyright Holder: Author(s) retains copyright.
Archive Location: Institutional Repository, Crossref, Journal Website, Corporate Site, Author's Personal Website, Public and/or Commercial Subject-Based Archives.
Policy Terms: The journal should be cited in accordance with citation and citation standards. It should be linked to the publisher version with DOI.

Version Accepted at the End of the Referee Process
Embargo Period: None
Archive Site: Journal Website, Corporate Website, Author's Personal Website.
Copyright Holder: Author(s) retains copyright.

First Text Submitted to the Journal
Embargo Period: None
Archive Site: Journal Website, Corporate Website, Author's Personal Website.

Permanent Article Identifier: DOI
M-JIS assigns doi to each article.

M-JIS requires ORCID IDs to be included in the article metadata.