Ever wonder why you couldn't get access to your own published article from a journal page? Have you noticed you are expected to pay for extra copies of your own published book?
That's because of the Author Rights that have been established between you and your publisher (i.e. Who is the copyright owner?).
This guide will break down what Author Rights are, why you probably don't have them automatically whenever you enter into a publishing agreement with a publisher, and how you can negotiate to get the ownership rights to fit your needs.
The Scholarly Communications office is happy to work with you. Contact us to schedule a consultation.