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Reuse by Authors
As an author of material submitted for inclusion on the Blog “Material”, there are certain rights granted to you in the areas of reuse and self archiving. These rights include the ability to reuse elements of your work for:
- your own teaching, purposes;
- posting on the your own personal website or blog, or in an institutional or subject based repository;
- inclusion in scholarly, not-for-profit derivative reuses, (these can include the extension of the Material to a book-length work, or inclusion in an edited collection of your own work, or any work of which you are an author or editor);
- reproduction within coursepacks or e-coursepacks for your own teaching purposes, (provided that the coursepacks are not sold for more than the cost of reproduction);
- inclusion within your thesis or dissertation.
The rights listed above are granted on the following conditions:
- that the Material you wish to reuse is your own work and has already been published on the Blog;
- that the intended reuse is for scholarly purposes and/or for publication by a not-for-profit publisher;
- that full acknowledgement is made of the original publication stating the specific Material reused with a hyperlink to the permanent link to the original (e.g. “A version of this article was originally published on the OUPblog”);
- that reuse on personal websites and institutional or subject based repositories includes a link to the Material as published on the Blog;
- that the Material is not distributed under any kind of Open Access style licences (e.g. Creative Commons) which may affect the Licence between yourself and OUP; and
- in the case of joint-authored Material, you obtain permission from any co-authors for the Material to be reuse/republished.
Reuse by Oxford University Press for Promotional and Marketing Purposes
OUP has the right to use the Material for promotional and marketing purposes. Please see our Terms and Conditions of Use.
Open Access Articles
If material has been published under the terms of a Creative Commons Open Access licence, the permitted reuse terms are defined by the respective licence. Material published under a Creative Commons Open Access licence can be identified on an individual Blog entry. Please refer to the specific licence terms on the Creative Commons website for details.
Reuse by a media outlets
For journalists and editors who are interested in the republication of Material originally published on the OUPblog, please contact our blog editor at email@example.com.
Reuse by others for commercial purposes
You may not make any commercial use of this material without obtaining our prior written permission (except where such material has been published under a Creative Commons licence which makes express provision for commercial use). If you wish to seek such permission, please contact our Rights and Permissions department.
If our Terms and Condition of Use and or this Reuse of OUP Blog Content policy does not cover your intended reuse, this does not automatically mean that you will be unable to obtain permission. For all uses not described here, please contact our Rights and Permissions department.
Effective Date: 17 February 2016.