Data Archiving Policy
Once an article has been published in the IJEL, the editorial board strongly encourages authors to archive the original article text (PDF from the journal website/archive) in publicly available and permanent repositories.
"IJEL provides Long-term preservation service(s) where the journal content is currently archived", Internet Archive as third-party service(s) are accepted, and content is actively deposited. https://archive.org/details/ijel-journal-ast
Your personal information will only be used by the IJEL to communicate with you about your submissions and reviews; to request reviews or to give you general information about the journal, for example, forthcoming special issues. It will not be passed to any third party except where you have explicitly given consent. Please note that once published, articles will remain online in perpetuity and will not be deleted, even if the author's account is subsequently deleted.