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Wiley Copyright Transfer Agreement

With the manuscript, authors must submit a copy of the copyright transfer contract completed, signed and scanned by all authors. Government employees who need a separate licensing agreement – If you are employed by the Department of Veterans Affairs in Australia, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the European Atomic Energy Community, the World Health Organization, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology or if you are a Canadian government official, please download a copy of the corresponding licensing agreement below: These agreements trigger earlier versions. Authors who signed contract forms before January 1, 2014 can continue to archive their articles, as described in Wiley`s Self-Archive Directive. For example, you published an article in Spanish. You have translated the article yourself or by using a translator and would like to forward the English translation to a Wiley magazine for reissue. To do the translation, you must first contact the Spanish magazine in order to obtain permission to translate the article to be reissued. The translation itself would then be owned by you or the translator under separate copyrights. You could then sign the Copyright Transfer Agreement of the English magazine for translation and not the original article. The translation must contain a full reference to the original publication and you must have obtained permission from the original copyright holder to create the translation. The author reserves copyright: if you, the author, have retained the copyright, it is always likely that the first journal will need an exclusive publication license, which means that you are not in a position to authorize another magazine for reissue. As a general rule, it is essential to obtain written permission from the original publisher or company to reproduce the corresponding material, if this is not specified in the agreement or license you signed for that company or company. Permission for the reissue will always be required, unless the license you have signed is clearly reserved only for non-exclusive rights. Copyright is the property of a third party: if a third party has been published in advance and a third party is the copyright holder or the sole owner of the rights to that material, you must obtain and obtain permission to reuse and credit the material in accordance with the authorization.

It`s worth writing the material yourself or it was written by third parties. As a general rule, no permission is required for short and non-important text excerpts or references to other works, provided they are properly assigned. In all cases, you should be aware that a double publication may constitute an offence and/or an ethical violation if it is not specified that the material has already been published. Permission to multiply material from a website: To obtain permission to use material from a site, we recommend that you obtain permission from the original source. If the site does not provide an original source and/or the source is unknown, you must obtain permission from website staff to reuse the material. If the site has published material without obtaining permission from the copyright holder and/or the source is unknown, you may include the material in your work. As a last resort, the Authors` Licensing and Collecting Society (ALCS) can be contacted to track down the copyright holder. Copyright belongs to the original publisher: If the previous publisher owns the copyright, the copyright line of the reissued contribution should relate to the previous publisher.

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