The authors` statements help set expectations early in the research process. Ideally, the author`s statements should be completed when planning the research and, in any case, well in advance of submission for publication. Statements can and often are varied with the consent of participants. Conflict of Interest Declaration and Author Agreement Form It is important that you return this form when submitting. We will not publish your article without completing and returning this form. Title. CRediT offers authors the opportunity to share an accurate and detailed description of their various contributions to published work. . The corresponding author is responsible for ensuring that the descriptions are correct and accepted by all authors.
The author acknowledges that the publisher may grant Journal the same rights. In addition, the Author grants both the Journal and the Publisher the right to enter into agreements with third parties that grant such third party companies some or all of the rights granted by the Author to the Publisher herein. The above rights may include the rights necessary to index and abstract the submission. ELSEVIER. P-Copyright. LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR OPEN ACCESS. YOU`RE WELCOME. I am an author.
By submitting this Agreement, the undersigned author hereby grants Ohio State University, on behalf of the Knowledge Bank of its university libraries (hereinafter "Publisher"), the non-exclusive right to reproduce, translate, display and/or distribute the Submission (including the Abstract) under the [Company Name] [Journal Name] ("Journal") in printed and electronic form and in any medium. You also agree that publisher may make and retain more than one copy for retention, security and backup purposes. You agree that as sole author and/or on behalf of your co-authors, you have the authority to grant the rights contained in this Agreement. You also represent that, to the best of your knowledge and belief, your Submission does not infringe any person`s copyright. If the Submission contains material for which you do not own copyright, you represent that you have obtained unlimited permission from the copyright owner to grant Publisher the rights to this Agreement and that such material in the possession of third parties is clearly identified and acknowledged in the text or content of the Submission. Alternatively, you agree that your use of third-party materials is permitted because the material is in the public domain or you have conducted a fair use analysis and you have reason to believe that your use is authorized. (Mandatory Disclaimer: This template does not constitute legal advice and does not establish, represent, claim or grandfather any particular scenario.) [Creative Commons section if applicable] [Journal Name] is published under a [Creative Commons License Name] license to allow certain types of unauthorized reuse. By submitting this Agreement, Author agrees to apply a [Creative Commons License Name] license to the Submission upon publication. To break the confusion and ensure that our rights agreements work for all parties, I worked with Sandra Enimil, director of the Copyright Resources Center, and Maureen Walsh, director of the Knowledge Bank program, to develop a standard author agreement.
After several rounds of revisions and reviews by the university`s legal counsel, we finally have a model that we are all happy with. The agreement is intended to be modular, with sections that can be added or removed to support various licensing agreements (such as Creative Commons) and submission procedures (such as the first part, which takes effect upon adoption). I would also like to point out that it is not intended to be a one-size-fits-all solution, even with modularity, and we expect that individual journals – and sometimes even individual articles – will require modifications. For example, I just helped a student magazine adapt it to include both the author`s acceptance and his advisor, and I worked with the editor of another magazine (and Sandra, who is probably fed up with me now) to add a provision for an author who wanted to exempt images from their Creative Commons license submission, this has been applied to the text. (This agreement must be signed by all authors. A photocopy of this form may be used if. Because I am sure that we are not the only ones who have difficulties in this area, I wanted to share the agreement here. Do not hesitate to adopt it, adapt it or be inspired by it. The OSU Libraries Publishing Program was created as an extension of the knowledge bank, our deposit program, and the two continue to share a lot. Some of these overlaps, such as a common platform (DSpace used to publish some of our journals) and joint staff, are an advantage for both programs. In other cases, we`ve taken something from the repository page that may not be best suited for publishing.
I recently came across one of them when I realized that the knowledge bank license agreement that we had used as an author`s agreement for our journals did not contain some important provisions for the publication of journals. For example, there is nothing in our KB license that would give the journal the right to contribute the article to a thematic database for full-text indexing and discovery. When one of our editors was contacted by an indexing service and asked to index the full text of his journal, I had to tell him timidly that even if the risk was very low, it would most likely infringe the copyright of its authors. It was also unclear who should be the licensee – does the author grant rights to OSU libraries? In the newspaper? When the license was adapted for different publications, the holder transformed until we had a confusing – and embarrassing – variety. As mentioned above, authors are most often listed by relative contribution. The author who has worked the most on the draft article and the underlying research will become the first author. The others are listed in descending order of contribution. Elsevier has pre-printed forms for authors in these cases.
. Sponsors. The author agrees that any subsequent publication of the submission will recognize the journal as the location of the first publication and provide a link to the journal`s website. This Agreement is effective upon acceptance of the Submission titled ____ ("Submission") for publication. Elsevier APCs range from $150 to $6,000 excluding taxes, depending on the magazine, with prices clearly displayed on our Article Publishing Charge (APC) price list and on journal homepages. To learn more about how and why we rate items differently, please visit our pricing page. We make it easy to enter into an Elsevier author`s contract. Get started now!. How do I get permission from another publisher? Permission to reproduce material from another publisher in an Elsevier product can generally be obtained through RightsLink`s automated authorization granting service, which can be found on the individual journal article or book chapter page on the publisher`s website....