The authors have full copyright and self-archiving rights, they can transfer broadcast rights to ULUTAS MED J.
We do not have a pre-print or decline on the work paper to publish previously mounted online materials
The author allows you to get papers from their seminar published with a note on the seminar if the paper is not installed online.
Authors are allowed to archive their article in their open access repositories.
Writers is free to use the link to published papers and share the published papers online or offline in the final format printed on the website.
Authors are free to use the link to published papers and share the published papers online or offline in the final format printed on the Magazine website.
Authors can store papers found in private or public archives or Warehouses such as index and university database, Google Academic Academia, Mendeley, Scribd, Issuu etc.
In general, open access stands for free and permanent access to published research, combined with clear guidelines for readers to share and use the content. There are two main types of open access: gold and green. Publishing your research as an open-access article with ULUTAS MED J will mean that it:
OPEN ACCESS PROCESS
For open access publishing, you need two types of licenses:
Publishers need certain permissions in order to publish and share your research. These permissions are defined by what is known as a journal publishing agreement or license. The UMJ uses an exclusive license agreement for open access articles, which means:
THE AUTHOR KEEPS
UMJ IS GRANTED
The right to share your article in all formats so your research is widely distributed after publication, using the latest technology. The right to publish your article with your selected user license on our online platforms. The right to enforce your user license, on your behalf, against third parties in the case of plagiarism, ethical disputes, and fraudulent use.
The user license of an article determines how readers can share and use your article without the need to request permission. Before publishing open access, we recommend you to: