Author self-archiving policy
This policy sets out the ways in which Dedicated Juncture Researchers Association journal authors may self-archive versions of their work on their own webpages, on institutional webpages, and in other repositories. Please be aware that policies and embargo periods may differ from journal to journal, so ensure that you have selected the correct journal policy.
Abstract and Citation information
Authors may reuse the Abstract and Citation information (e.g. Title, Author name, Publication dates) of their article anywhere at any time including social media such as Facebook, blogs and Twitter, where possibly a link is included back to the article on the DJRA site. Preferably the link should be, or include, the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) which can be found in the Citation information about your article online.
Author’s Original Version
The Author’s Original Version (AOV) is defined here as the un-refereed author version of an article completed before submission of the article to the journal. This is sometimes referred to as the “preprint” version. The author accepts full responsibility for the article, and the content and layout is set out by the author.
Authors may reuse the AOV anywhere at any time, providing that once the article is accepted, they provide a statement of acknowledgement, and that once the article has been published, this acknowledgement is updated to provide details such as the volume and issue number, DOI, and the link of the published article on the journal’s website:
This article has been accepted for publication in [Journal Title] Published by Dedicated Juncture Researchers Association.
The accepted manuscript (AM) is the final draft of the manuscript, as accepted for publication by the journal, including modifications based on referees’ suggestions, before it has undergone copyediting, typesetting and proof correction. This is sometimes referred to as the post-print version.
Upon publication authors may:
Immediately upload their AM to their own personal webpage (excluding commercial websites and repositories)
Immediately upload their AM to their institutional repository on the proviso that it is not made publicly available until after the specified embargo period.
After the embargo period authors may:
Upload their AM to institutional repository or other non-commercial repositories and make it publicly available. Accepted Manuscripts may not be uploaded to commercial websites or repositories, unless the website or repository has signed a licensing agreement with DJRA allowing posting. For Profit social networking, sites such as Researchgate and Academia.edu are considered as “commercial” platforms.
We permit and encourage our authors to submit their own versions of their articles in the following abstrcting and indexing databses:
Embargo periods may vary between journals. For details of a journal’s specific embargo period, please see the information for each individual title on our Accepted Manuscript embargo page.
When uploading an accepted manuscript to a repository, authors should include the following acknowledgment as well as the link to the published version in the journal. This will connect the published version to the AM version in the repository and ensures that the article is cited correctly.
This is a pre-copyedited, author-produced version of an article accepted for publication in [insert journal title] following peer review. The version of record [insert complete citation information here] is available online at: xxxxxxx [insert URL and DOI of the article on the DJRA website].
Version of Record
Authors who have agreed to publish their article on an Open Access basis, and who have paid any associated fees, are entitled to make their article publicly available according to the terms of their selected licences.
Authors who have published under a CC BY4.0 licence may share and distribute their article on non-commercial websites and repositories immediately upon publication.
When posting, distributing or reusing Open Access articles, the journal and DJRA should be clearly attributed as the original place of publication and correct citation details should be given. Authors should also deposit the URL of their published article in any repository, in addition to the Version of Record.
When making their article available according to the terms of their Open Access licence, we strongly encourage authors of Open Access papers to deposit the version of record. This will guarantee that the definitive version is readily available to those accessing your article from such repositories, and means that your article is more likely to be cited correctly.
Author online offprint link
Authors of Open Access articles are free to post and distribute their links anywhere immediately upon publication.
Please be aware that you are responsible for all funding agency compliance and the accuracy of information you provide in relation to your article. DJRA and/or the controlling Learned Society shall not be responsible for checking that funding agency requirements have been complied with. Funding agencies may require additional steps beyond those discussed on this page or provided by DJRA, and authors are strongly encouraged to contact their funders and ensure that all requirements are met.