Academic journal article Australian Aboriginal Studies

Australian Aboriginal Studies Copyright Protocols

Academic journal article Australian Aboriginal Studies

Australian Aboriginal Studies Copyright Protocols

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As mentioned in the editorial, AIATSIS is conscious of the need to to make explicit the rights and responsibilities of the contributors to and the publisher of the journal. Increasingly, this is being required of and by journals. It is particularly important where parallel modes of publication--e.g. hard-copy and electronic publication--are underway or contemplated. We now require formal consent to use each contribution to the journal. The major part of the copyright 'licence' letter to be sent to contributors is included below and will be available on the Institute's website.

   Many thanks for your article '[title]' ("Paper")
   submitted for publication in Australian Aboriginal
   Studies ("AAS"). We are pleased to accept the revised
   version of your Paper for publication in AAS. Subject to
   your agreeing to and signing this letter, we will publish
   your Paper and provide you with a copy of the edition
   of AAS in which your Paper appears.

   To proceed with publication, we require a copyright
   licence. If you do not own copyright in any of the
   images, figures or photographs used in your Paper,
   could you please make sure that the appropriate
   copyright holder/s agree to the reproduction and publication
   of their works as contemplated by this letter.

   We also ask that you agree to grant the Australian
   Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
   Studies ("AIATSIS") the following rights in relation to
   the Paper ("Licence"):

   The exclusive right to publish the Paper in periodical
   publications and in electronic media, including the
   internet, and the exclusive right to sub-licence others to:

   (1) publish extracts, abstracts, quotations, reprints
   and/or translations of the Paper;

   (2) reproduce the Paper for educational purposes;

   (3) create abstracts of the Paper and to index the
   Paper; and

   (4) publish the Paper in print, microform or computer-readable
   form, including on-line databases. … 
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