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Where to get a copy of the License to Publish

 

Re-use of third party content as part of your LEOA Journal article

 

Rights Retained by All Leadership for Educational and Organizational Advancement Publications Authors

 

Preprint Use of Leadership for Educational and Organizational Advancement Publications Content

 

Additional Rights Retained by the Author When Publishing in Leadership for Educational and Organizational Advancement Publications

 

Commercial Use of Open Access version

 

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Submit Your Article

Submit your article to Journal for Leadership Advancement by filling out the form below. Please include a brief bio of yourself that highlights your field of expertise, experience, company name (if any), web site address and your e-mail address.  Please also take time to read the Publication_Rights_Policies and the Rights and Permissions before submitting your article (fields below marked  *  are required). Incomplete forms cannot be processed.


 

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Publication Rights Policies Publication Rights Policies

Our Policy

 
 

For the works published by Journal for Leadership Advancement (JLA), we have a policy of acquiring a sole and exclusive license for all published content, rather than asking authors to transfer ownership of their copyright, which has been common practice in the past. We believe this policy more carefully balances the interests of our authors with our need to maintain the viability and reputation of the journals through which our authors are accorded status, recognition and widespread distribution. In developing this policy we have been guided by the following principles:

  •  As a publisher, we rely heavily on the good relationships we have with our authors. Having a licensing policy which enables an author to be identified as the owner of the copyright in an article is one of the key ways of demonstrating how highly we value these relationships.

  • An exclusive license enables the centralized and efficient management of permissions and licensing, ensuring the widest dissemination of the content through intermediaries;

  • Exclusive rights also enable JLA to take measures on behalf of our authors against infringement, inappropriate use of an article, libel or plagiarism;

  • At the same time, by maintaining exclusive rights, in all media for all published content, we can monitor and uphold the integrity of an article once refereed and accepted for publication to be maintained;

 
     
 

 

Where to get a copy of the License to Publish

 
 

JLA cannot publish your article until a completed license form has been received. You should receive a form as soon as your article is accepted for publication.

Footnotes to this section

Government employees

  • If you are a US Government employee and the article has been written in that capacity, we acknowledge that the License to Publish applies only to the extent allowable by US law.

 
     
 
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e-use of third party content as part of your LEOA article
 
 
  • As part of your article, you may wish to reuse material sourced from third parties such as other publishers, authors, museums, art galleries etc. To assist with this process, we have a Permission Request form and accompanying Guidelines that specifies the rights required in order for third party material to be published as part of your Article.

  • Responsibility for clearing these third party permissions must be borne by the Author, and this process completed as soon as possible - preferably before acceptance of the manuscript, but if not possible, before the Article reaches the Production stage of the process.

 
     
 

Rights Retained by All Leadership for Educational and Organizational Advancement Publications Authors

 
 
  • The right, after publication by JLA, to use all or part of the Article and abstract, for their own personal use, including their own classroom teaching purposes;

  • The right, after publication by JLA, to use all or part of the Article and abstract, in the preparation of derivative works, extension of the article into book-length or in other works, provided that a full acknowledgement is made to the original publication in the journal;

  • The right to include the article in full or in part in a thesis or dissertation, provided that this not published commercially;

For the uses specified here, please note that there is no need for you to apply for written permission from Journal for Leadership Advancement in advance. Please go ahead with the use ensuring that a full acknowledgment is made to the original source of the material including the journal name, volume, issue, page numbers, year of publication, title of article and to Journal for Leadership Advancement and/or the learned society.
 
The only exception to this is for the re-use of material for commercial purposes, as defined in the information available via the above url.

 
     
 

 

Preprint Use of Leadership for Educational and Organizational Advancement Publications Content

 
     
 
  • For the majority of Journal for Leadership Advancement, prior to acceptance for publication, authors retain the right to make a pre-print [A preprint is defined here as un-refereed author version of the article] version of the article available on your own personal website and/or that of your employer and/or in free public servers of preprints and/or articles in your subject area, provided that where possible.  

  • You acknowledge that the article has been accepted for publication in [Journal Title] ©: [year] [owner as specified on the article] Published by Journal for Leadership Advancement [on behalf of xxxxxx]. All rights reserved.

  • Once the article has been published, we do not require that preprint versions are removed from where they are available. However, we do ask that these are not updated or replaced with the finally published version. Once an article is published, a link could be provided to the final authoritative version on the Journal for Leadership Advancement Web site. Where possible, the preprint notice should be amended to:

  • This is an electronic version of an article published in [include the complete citation information for the final version of the Article as published in the print edition of the Journal.]

  • Once an article is accepted for publication, an author may not make a pre-print available as above or replace an existing pre-print with the final published version.

 
     
 

 

Postprint Use of Journal for Leadership Advancement Content:

 
 

A postprint is defined here as being the final draft author manuscript as accepted for publication, following peer review, BUT before it has undergone the copyediting and proof correction process].

For Postprint use authors may upload a postprint to institutional and/or centrally organized repositories, but must stipulate that public availability be delayed until 24 months after first online publication in the publication.

Postprints should also be clearly identified as such, and a link to the final published version should also be included. This will guarantee that the definitive version is readily available to those accessing an author's article from public repositories, and means that an article is more likely to be cited correctly.

We strongly encourage authors to deposit the URL rather than the postprint version of their manuscript into these repositories, as this gives access to the definitive version of the article, including any supplementary material or related articles. The required time delay for deposition of the URL is again publication dependent, but usually the same as the postprint policy.

 
     
 

 

Additional Rights Retained by the Author When Publishing in Leadership for Educational and Organizational Advancement Publications

 
 

The right to reproduce, disseminate or display articles published under this model for educational purposes, provided that:

  • the original authorship is properly and fully attributed;

  • the JLA are attributed as the original place of publication with the correct citation details given;

  • if an article is subsequently reproduced or disseminated not in its entirety but only in part or as a derivative work this must be clearly indicated

  • the right to deposit the postprint and/or URL or PDF of the finally published version of the article into an institutional or centrally organized repository, immediately upon publication

 
     
 

 Commercial Use of Open Access Version

 
 

For permission to make any kind of commercial use of the material from the Open Access version of Journal for Leadership Advancement Publications (ie.the online version), please submit a Permission Request form.

Commercial re-use guidelines for open access content

Definition of commercial use: any re-use of material from the Open Access part of Leadership for Educational and Organizational Advancement Publications for the commercial gain of the user and/or their employing institution. In particular,

  • re-use by a non-author/third party/other publisher of parts of or all of an article or articles in another publication (journal or book) to be sold for commercial purposes. Permission to reproduce selected figures will generally be granted free of charge, although JLA reserves the right to levy a fee for the use of these and/or the full text of an article/articles

  • the proactive supply of multiple print or electronic copies of items taken from the publication to third parties on a systematic basis for marketing purposes. Permission for this kind of reuse should be obtained from the publisher, who retains the right to levy an appropriate fee

  • re-use by an author of parts of or all of an article in other publications from commercial organizations. Permission for this kind of reuse should be obtained from the publisher. We would consider this to be commercial reuse but would not normally charge a permission fee if the author is involved.

Please note that any income generated from permissions granted for this kind of use will be returned directly to the publication itself in order to help minimize the costs of making content from it available on an Open Access basis.

 
     
 

 

Permissions

 
 
  • All requests to reuse the article, in whole or in part, in another publication will be handled by Journal for Leadership Advancement. Unless otherwise stated, any permission fees will be retained by the JLA concerned. Where possible, any requests to reproduce substantial parts of the article will be subject to your approval (which is deemed to be given if we have not heard from you within 4 weeks of the permission being granted).

  • If copyright of the article is held by someone other than the Author, e.g. the Author's employer, Journal for Leadership Advancement requires non-exclusive permission to administer any requests from third parties.

 

 

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