To ensure the continuity of data article that has been published to be accessible to everyone, the editor took the policy of every issue of Journal of Learning and Instructional Studies for archiving at the National Library of Republic of Indonesia. The article has been published on each issue delivered to the national library as much as two copies and via OAI for inclusion on Indonesia One Search Database.
Each Member of the National Library of the Republic of Indonesia (Perpusnas RI) and has had a number of legitimate members, has the right to make use of our online digital collection write-up (e-Resources).
To become a member of Perpusnas RI, please submit your application via http://keanggotaan.perpusnas.go.id, or by visiting the PERPUSNAS in service building at Jalan Salemba Raya 28 Jakarta Pusat or Jalan Merdeka Selatan 11 Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia.
Journal of Learning and Instructional Studies also implementing PKP Preservation Network (PN) function.
The author(s) are permitted to deposit all versions of their paper in an institutional or subject repository. In line to ensure the relevance of the article to the focus and scope of this journal, we recommend two relevant repositories that authors can use for self-archiving. These included Preprint, Author’s Accepted Manuscript, and Published article (Version of Record).
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