Digital Archiving Policy
To match the pace of the world and with the aim to access the knowledge instantly, the JCCT stores all the published data on digital databanks/ repositories. In accordance to that, the JCCT submits the meta data of all the published papers to LOCKSS. LOCKSS is free for OJS users and we are in the process to collaborate with other repositories such as RePEc. Each manuscript of a published volume then has a unique DOI (Digital Object Identifier) and a fully functional link to that. It helps us provide the published scholarly content by the JCCT to a wider community in case where the journal’s archives crash accidently. We also assure that the metadata of our Open Access Journal (OJS) is fully compatible with well-known repository services as their web crawlers collect and preserve data from our website on daily basis.