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- Re: World Cultures acceptance
From Justin: (hopefully what you are looking for:... , the author or co-author of this submission, (hereafter called the “Author”) grant Structure and Dynamics: eJournal of Anthropological and Related Sciences (hereafter called the “Journal”) on behalf of The Regents of the University of California (hereafter called “The Regents”) the non-exclusive right to make any material submitted by the Author to the Journal (hereafter called the “Work”) available in eScholarship in any format in perpetuity. The Author grants the Journal and eScholarship the right to redistribute the Work to external non-commercial recipients.
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Oona Scmid with this information re "green" by SHERPA/RoMEO or its equiv [ ref:_00Dd0elj6._500d0WLMGW:ref ] Date: that From Doug Tue, 7 Jul 2015 23:10:05 +0000 (GMT)
This from Justin I believe you're referring to the email you attached from AAA, which references authors' rights to post articles published in those journals to their host institution's institutional repository. Most (if not all) eScholarship author agreements permit authors of articles in eScholarship journals to do the same. If you'd like more information on this, I can put you in touch with our Copyright Policy & Education Officer, Katie Fortney, who works directly with journal editors on issues related to author agreements.
The June 2015 emails
DOAJ: Reapplications are open DOAJ Managing Editors 6/23/15, 10:30
6/25/11:06 AM Sent by Douglas R White
Sorry, I omitted the e-ISSN: 2373-7573 for World Cultures, and am attaching a screen shot of an issue: http://escholarship.org/uc/wc_worldcultures
6/25/11:00 AM Sent by Douglas R White
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Subject: Fwd: DOAJ: Reapplications are open. Time to reapply! Date: Thu, 25 Jun 2015 11:02:39 -0700 From: Doug White <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: DOAJ Managing Editors <email@example.com>, eScholarship <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Douglas R. White <email@example.com>
I will be reapplying for the eScholarship journal 15543374 Structure and Dynamics (a UC eScholarship journal) as the Editor in Chief.
Would you also kindly consider a reapplication for the eScholarship journal World Culture (also a UC eScholarship journal) for which I am the Managing Editor.
Thank you for this notification
-- Douglas R. White http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/index.php/DW_home
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- http://road.issn.org/issn_search?afs:query=1554-3374#.U3VdpSgi8qc 1 journal
- Hi Doug,
DOAJ recently revised their requirements for inclusion in their index, and is currently re-processing a backlog of applications to be listed. They have advised us that their application for journals that were previously listed is currently on hold. As soon as they let us know that the application for previously indexed journals is available, we will complete the application on your journal's behalf.
We're posting updates to this project in the "Raising the Visibility of your eScholarship Journal" thread in the eScholarship Community Forum: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!categories/escholarship-forum/journal-best-practices
eScholarship Product Manager Access & Publishing Group California Digital Library University of California, Office of the President firstname.lastname@example.org