World Digital Preservation Day 2022: Using PKP PN to keep journals’ data for all, for good, forever

November 3rd, 2022 by  | Comments Off on World Digital Preservation Day 2022: Using PKP PN to keep journals’ data for all, for good, forever

PKP has developed the PKP Preservation Network (PKP PN) to digitally preserve OJS journals. The PKP PN ensures that journals that are not part of any other digital preservation service (such as CLOCKSS or Portico) can be preserved for long-term access.

Preserved content in the PKP PN is only made available to users after a trigger event, at which time the content will be made accessible to the reading public.

To celebrate World Digital Preservation Day 2022, we are happy to share five examples from a variety of journals using OJS that preserve their data through the PKP PN all over the world.

  1. Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association
  2. Revista Salud Pública y Nutrición
  3. Journal of Asian Energy Studies
  4. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities
  5. Revue Française de  Photogrammétrie et Télédétection

 

See more journals using the PKP PN on our PKP PN Journal List. This list is updated nightly and can be used to check the status of your journal in addition to the PKP PN plugin.

See the PKP Preservation Network Guide for additional details about the PKP PN and how to use it.

In addition to the PKP PN, PKP contributes to Project JASPER (JournAlS are Preserved forevER) by developing documentation and support for existing OJS users to understand and implement the preservation mechanisms available to them (whether the PN, CLOCKSS, Internet Archive, or another option), and by working with the other project partners, DOAJCLOCKSSKeepers Registry, and Internet Archive, to improve outreach and communications supporting these tools.

 

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