At IJSAB International, we are committed to promoting open access publishing and making research available to a wider audience through our two open access journals, the International Journal of Science and Business (IJSB) and the Journal of Scientific Reports (JSR). As part of this commitment, we have adopted a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License for all papers published in our journals.
Under this license, authors retain copyright of their work, while granting others the right to share and adapt the content, as long as they provide attribution to the original author and do not use the work for commercial purposes. This means that others can access and use the research published in our journals for non-commercial purposes, such as for research or educational purposes, without having to obtain explicit permission from the author or the publisher.
We believe that adopting a Creative Commons license for our published content promotes greater access to research and facilitates collaboration and innovation. It allows authors to retain some of their rights to their work, while still making it available to a wider audience, and encourages the reuse and building upon of existing research.
We encourage authors who publish in our journals to carefully review the terms of the Creative Commons license, in order to ensure that they understand their rights and responsibilities as authors. While the license allows for greater flexibility in how research can be used and shared, it also includes certain restrictions, such as the requirement that the work not be used for commercial purposes.
In summary, journals’ copyright terms are an important consideration for authors and publishers, as they can affect how research is used and shared. At IJSAB International, we have adopted a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License for all papers published in our journals, in order to promote greater access to research and facilitate collaboration and innovation. We encourage authors to carefully review the terms of the license before publishing in our journals, in order to ensure that they understand their rights and responsibilities as authors.