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Submission Preparation Checklist
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- This is a new TJA submission.
- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
- The submission has used the TJA template and is in DOC format.
The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
(illustrations, figures, and tables should also be uploaded as seperate Supplementary Files).
- Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
- If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.
The ACS wishes to publish a work created by the Author in the Telecommunications Journal of Australia (‘TJA’).
1. The Work
The Author has created a work (‘the Work’)2. Term
This Deed commences from the date of this Deed and lasts for the full period of copyright in the Work.3. Author’s warranties
The Author warrants that:
- the Work is their original work and does not infringe any copyright or other rights held by any other party;
- if more than a substantial part of any copyright materials belonging to any other party has been included in the Work, the Author has obtained all permissions necessary to enable publication of the Work in the TJA;
- the source of any copyright materials in the Work has been acknowledged;
- the Work does not breach any duty of confidentiality or obligation of privacy and does not contain any material which is libellous, obscene or otherwise of an unlawful nature; and
- the Work has not been published before in a refereed journal and is not being considered for publication in a refereed journal, in either print or electronic form.
- 3(a) Indemnities
- The author or authors agree to indemnify ACS for any loss or damage arising from the breach of any of the Author's warranties.
The Author retains ownership of copyright in the Work.
The Author grants to ACS an exclusive licence to exercise all of the rights of copyright in the Work worldwide (and to licence others to exercise those rights) for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of publication of the Work in the TJA(‘Exclusive Licence Term’).
The Author grants to ACS a non-exclusive licence to exercise all of the rights of copyright in the Work worldwide, for the full period of copyright in the Work.5. Rights granted back to Author during Exclusive Licence Term During the Exclusive Licence Term, ACS grants to the Author a licence to:
- place the abstract of the Work on a public electronic server making it available for public access via the World Wide Web, provided that a full citation and link back to http://tja.org.au is provided;
- include the Work in a thesis or dissertation provided that this is not to be published commercially;
- include all or part of the Work in a paper presented at a meeting or conference and to provide copies of the paper to delegates; and
- make single copies of the Work for personal use, including the Author’s lecture/classroom use (excluding use in a coursepack), provided copies are not offered for sale and are not distributed in any systematic way.
After the end of the Exclusive Licence Term, ACS grants to the Author a perpetual licence to use published versions of the Work as follows:
- post a copy of the published version of the Work on the Author’s personal webpage, or on a website/repository maintained by the institution that employs the Author, provided that a full citation and link back to http://tja.org.au is provided; and
- include a copy of the published version of the Work, free of charge, in a printed compilation of the Author’s own works such as collected writings or lecture notes.
Following publication of the Work, the Author agrees to attach the following notice to any copies (photocopies or electronic) of the preprint (unrefereed draft) of the Work made and distributed by the Author:
7. Authorisation for re-use
This is the author’s version of the work. The definitive version of the work as certified and accepted after peer review has been published in the Telecommunications Journal of Australia [insert volume number, issue number, date of publication and paper number] and is available from the TJA website at http://tja.org.au/.
The Author will refer all requests for reuse of all or part of the Work in another publication to the Managing Editor of TJA.
The Managing Editor of TJA on behalf of ACS will handle all requests to reuse all or part of the Work in another publication and ACS reserves the right to charge a fee for the grant of permission. The Author acknowledges that such fees will be retained by ACS.
All requests to use or include substantial parts of the Work in another publication will be subject to the Author’s approval, which is deemed to be given if ACS has not heard from the Author within 4 weeks from the date of ACS writing to the Author at the Author’s last notified address.
In order to promote the Work, the Author consents to ACS, or others authorised by the ACS, producing and distributing marketing material that may include adaptations or abridgements of the Work. ACS agrees that it will not modify, or authorise modification of, the Work for any purpose other than promotion without prior written permission from the Author. The Author agrees that permission will not be unreasonably withheld.9. Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) payments
The Author acknowledges that proceeds of payments for use of the Work made under CAL-administered licensing schemes authorising the copying and communication of works are to be paid to ACS. These schemes include, but are not limited to Statutory Licences administered by CAL and Voluntary Licences Administered by CAL. ACS undertakes to use any such payments to further the production of the TJA and the ACS Telecommunications Society of Australia.10. Entire Deed
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