EDUPEDIA PUBLICATIONS

FAQs

How can I tell if something is copyright protected if I want to use it in my book?

In most cases, any picture, material, text, information, quote, map, song, or illustration that you personally did not create is copyright protected by the person who created and/or published the material. Any text or pictures found in a book, magazine or newspaper is copyright protected by the publisher, artist, photographer or another individual. Most information found on the Internet is copyright protected as well.

Can I use a quote in my book without getting permission?

It depends. Under “Fair Use” some copyright protected material can be used without permission; however, there are no clear-cut rules, only guidelines and factors to be considered. “Fair Use” is not a right, only a defence. If you are unsure, please consult a legal advisor.

The following four factors are used to determine fair use:

1) The purpose and character of the use, including potential gains for commercial or non-profit

2) The nature of the original copyrighted work

3) The proportion or percentage of the copyrighted material in relation to the work as a whole and

4) The potential effect on the value of the copyrighted material.

There is no defined rule regarding the number of lines or words that can be used without permission. Also, simply citing the source is not an alternate for obtaining permission to use the material. In general, if you are quoting a work, only using a few lines within a long book, you will probably be protected under “fair use.” However, if you are concerned at all, and to be on the safe side, always consult with a qualified professional before using copyrighted materials in your book unless you have a written permission.

You can also use a work that is considered “in the public domain,” which means that a work’s copyright has expired or lacks proper notice. Works in the public domain are not copyright protected and are free to use without permission. However, determining if a work is truly in the public domain can be a tricky task due to new versions of older works, protection in countries other than the India, U.S., and protection under alternative laws.

Which pictures can I use without permission?

Without permission from the original photographer or copyright holder, only pictures that you have personally taken can be used without permission (unless a photo is “in the public domain” because the copyright has expired). If a picture is found in a book, newspaper or magazine, you cannot use the image without getting permission. Pictures and information found on the Internet are not “public domain.” Most material found on the Internet is copyright protected. Additionally, photographers retain the rights to photographs they take, even if the picture is of you or a family member. You need to obtain permission from the photographer even if you purchased a print of the photograph. When in doubt, get permission or consult a legal professional.

How do I obtain permission and what do I do with it?

In order to obtain permission, you can contact the copyright holder and explain what work you wish to use and for what purpose. Request their written permission for you to use the material in publication. Some copyright holders will provide permission for free and others will charge a fee. If you cannot get a reply after several attempts, you may be able to use the material without permission, but make sure to keep all documented instances of failed attempts and consult a legal professional to be sure.

Keep the written permission in your possession if for any reason you should need to prove permission in the future. The copyright holder may or may not require additional credit in the book itself.

How do I submit the paper?

It is essential to email the paper to editor@edupediapublications.com   by the researcher. The manuscript receipt will admit within by our Editorial support staffs. In the call for paper page the particulars information will be available.

How much time to complete a review?

Domain experts and domain peers will review and peer review every submission minutely. Review process will take 2-5 days or more.

How to correct an experimental data in my published paper?

For any correction please contact the editorial team at editor@edupediapublications.com  Refer the changes providing the revised manuscript. In agreement to article policies the revised manuscript will be published on receipt of the post-publication editing fee.

I have not received any notification even after 15 days of submission?

Sometimes the notification email may be directed to your spam folder rather than your inbox. It is depend on your personal spam settings. If not so, please mention the issue to editor@edupediapublications.com  You request will proceed within 24 hours.

Do I need to submit the copyright from along with the manuscript?

IJR will not accept any copyright forms, in case of if the submission is allowed for publication.

I want to publish my paper. What I can do?

The authors can e-mail us their paper at editor@edupediapublications.com  After successful submission, Author gets acknowledgement receipt of the submitted document on their email.

After submission of my research paper, how much time required to publish my paper?

After successful submission of paper, it will takes at least 5 to 10 days for review process to complete. After acceptance and requisite payment of fees, paper will published on same day.(Presently We do not charge any Kind of Publication Fee on some journals). For more Details, Please see Publication fee on Author Home section of website.

Is copyright form and publication fee required with my research paper?

Yes, a Copyright form and publication fee is necessary for publication of research paper. But author have option to email copyright form within 3 days of depositing paper. Payment of fees is also required after acceptance of research paper. (Presently we do not charge any Kind of Publication Fee on some journals)

What is the use of Track Your Paper?

Track your paper gives the current status of your submitted paper. Status of paper means at which position processing of paper is done. There are many status of paper few are SUBMISSION UNDER PROCESS means your paper is given full importance and it is under administrative checking, another status is UNDER REVIEW means when reviewer is assigned to your paper.

After successful publication of my paper, Is any kind of change/correction possible in it?

Yes, amendment inside the body of Manuscript is permitted up to certain extent. You can send e-mail at editor@edupediapublications.com  with revised manuscript and a word file mentioning the correction done in the revised manuscript.

How much time and fees required for publication of revised manuscript?

Usually it takes around 5 to 10 days for any amendment and First time we do not take any fees.

I have not seen any change in status or cannot receive any email from last 10 days from Research Publish Journals after submission of my paper.

Please see your spam filter settings, it may be possible that notification sent to your mailbox is directed towards your spam. If this not the case, Please send a reminder at editor@edupediapublications.com  stating your issue.

I have not submitted copyright form along with Manuscript?

Copyright form is required for publication of paper. You can submit it within 3 days of submitting manuscript.

Is it possible that I see my paper online?

Once your research paper is published you can see it always online.

How can we publish our conference paper in Research Publish Journal?

Please email at editor@edupediapublications.com  giving detail about date of conference, conference organizers details, place of conference. Our representative will contact you and gives you required details for publishing Conference Paper. Minimum five papers are required for conference papers publication.

What is Conflict of Interest Statement

Authors submitting articles to the journals should clearly state the following

  • Conflict of any interest between authors or institutions.
  • The disclosure of financial support of any institution must be acknowledged if applicable.
  • The conflict of interest should be written at the end of the paper and before the start of the References.

What is Authorization by Authors

Authors must accept full responsibility for the content of their articles. The Members of the Editorial Board and the Publisher of the journal are not responsible for the statements and opinions expressed by the authors in their articles/write-up published in the journal.  To use the copyrighted material (for example table, figure, etc.), the author/s must seek the permission from the Author/s and Publisher of the material and send the copy of the permission letters via e-mail to the Administrative Editor for records. In case, if it is not possible, then do not use that material.

While submitting the paper the author (s) must give a declaration that “the article has not been published or sent for publication elsewhere”.

How to Get Your Thesis/Dissertation or Book Published within a Week?

Publication of Book/Thesis/Dissertation in eBook and Print format  through well know publisher Edupedia Publications Pvt Ltd will be done. The published book will be available on our website as well as on different platforms likes Google Play, Amazon, Kindle etc.

To get your thesis/dissertation or book published within a week then send your manuscript in MS Word format and submit the process fee as mentioned below. We will ensure publication within a week. You can submit your manuscript alongwith the process fee to contact@edupediapublications.com

  •  The book will be published within a week on receipt of the publication fee.
  • The manuscript should be submitted in MS word file. Font size 12 or 12 for normal content and 16 for Headings.
  • The manuscript page will be in A4 size. The print copy will be available in A4 or 6×9 inch format.
  • The published book will be accessible from our site at https://edupediapublications.org/
  • Online and Print Publication of Books or Thesis/Dissertation with ISBN no.

Why publish with us?

  • As the largest academic publisher in Asia and strategically headquartered in Delhi, we offer you the best reach to both the Western and Eastern markets, including the rapidly expanding key markets of China and India.
  • We take great pride in our author-centric approach. Both our commissioning editors and production editors work hand-in-hand with our authors in order to provide them with the best service and a remarkable publishing experience.

 

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