Rights: Author Rights FAQ
an author, what rights do I retain?
does the Journal request transefer of copyright?
As an author, what rights do I retain?
As the author, you retain rights for a number of author uses. These rights
are permitted without the need to obtain specific permission from The Journal
Of Applied Research
. These Include: Patent and trademark
rights or rights to any process or procedure described in the article. The
right to photocopy or make single electronic copies of the article for personal
use, including for their own classroom use, provided these copies are not offered
for sale and are not distributed in a systematic way outside of employing institution.
Posting of the article as published on a public server can only be done with
specific written permission. The right, subsequent to publication, to use
this article or any part thereof free of charge in a printed compilation of works
of their own, such as collected writings or lecture notes. The right to include
the article in a thesis or dissertation provided that this is not published commercially.
The right to post the article on a secure network (not accessible to the
public) within your employers or institutions network. The right to present
the article at a meeting or conference and to hand copies of the paper to the
delegates attending the confrence. The right to re-use parts of the paper
in other works, provided that the new work is be published commercially.
The right to publish a different or extended version of the paper so long as it
is sufficiently new to be considered a new work. The right to expand the
article into book-length form for publication.
Other uses by authors
should be authorised by Therapeutic Solutions through the Rights
Department, and authors are encouraged to let the publisher know of
any particular needs or requirements.
does the Journal request transfer of copyright?
The Journal wants
to ensure that it has the exclusive distribution right, for all media. We believe
this will allow anyone that attempts to access the article assurance that it is
the final peer reviewed work as apporved and publised.