Rovedar journals ensure the long-term preservation of their published content to Portico, PKP (LOCKSS), and Internet archive systems to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permit those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration. Moreover, Rovedar is a member of CHORUS.
CHORUS has been meticulously designed to tackle the open-access publishing challenges. Its key objectives include boosting compliance with open access requirements, ensuring access to the most up-to-date article versions, harnessing the benefits of well-established infrastructure, minimizing redundant efforts, and offering transparent reporting and tracking mechanisms for both funding organizations and academic institutions. CHORUS leverages the existing infrastructure of publishers to grant access to full-text articles, while also forging partnerships with dark archives CLOCKSS and Portico to guarantee the enduring preservation of scientific and medical research. Furthermore, it furnishes participating funders and institutions with user-friendly dashboard reports for effective monitoring and enforcement of compliance measures.
Rovedar journals utilize self-archiving. Authors may archive the final published version of their articles in personal or institutional repositories immediately after publication.