ICTR 2020Review Process
Copyright policies for open access
BRRL is fully committed to transparency regarding the issue of copyright and copyright ownership. Authors who submit papers to the conference retain ownership of their original material. Although as part of the open access process authors permit other individuals, organizations and institutions to access the said material. Whilst other parties may well access materials if they quote from them, they are expected to fully credit the author/authors. It is important to remember that the rights of authors are granted and apply only to articles for which you are named as the author or co-author. The author’s rights include the following:
The author retains the right to use their work, illustrations (line art, photographs, figures, plates) and research data in their own future works.
The author warrants that they are entitled to deal with the Intellectual Property Rights in the works submitted, including clearing all third party intellectual property rights and obtaining formal permission from their respective institutions or employers before submission, where necessary.
Reader & Librarian rights:
:: Readers and librarians are free to make copies of articles without seeking specific permission in the following circumstances: 1) are for private study and 2) are not sold.
Open Access rights and Permissions for our Open Access
:: Authors retain full ownership of the copyright for their article, but undertake to allow anyone to download, reuse, and reprint and distribute the article.
:: Authors are permitted to post the final, published PDF of their article on a website, institutional repository or other free public server, immediately upon publication, provided, a link is included between the web page containing the article and the journal’s website.