Repository Policy

Repository policy (policy for use of journal articles in institutional repositories)

Journal of the Palestinian Educators Association for Literature, Educational and Psychological Studies  Journals, are open access journals (i.e., they can be accessed free of charge on the Internet, and the scope and conditions for secondary use are clearly stated).

The “Repository Policy” refers to the policy of the authors of journal articles when they make them available on the internet, such as in institutional repositories. The

Journal of the Palestinian Educators Association for Literature, Educational and Psychological Studies decided on the following policy:

“Repository Policy of the Journal”
Articles Used
Only the publisher’s final version and advanced online publication version, which are post-review papers, are allowed to be used.
Permitted sites
Institutional repositories that are operated by domestic and foreign universities and non-profit research institutions.
Websites of research funding organizations that have provided support for the research of this article.
Author’s Web site.
Non-commercial online thesis archives.

The different ways of sharing one’s article as the article moves through different stages of publication are provided below:

The original manuscript before it is submitted it to a journal for peer review is termed as Author’s Original Manuscript.

You are free to share your AOM as per your wish including via social media, your own personal website, on a scholarly collaboration network or a preprint server meant for non-commercial use. Posting the article on a preprint server will not be considered as a duplicate publication.

[Preprint: Authors must disclose details of preprint posting, including licensing terms and DOI upon manuscript submission in our Journal. Once the preprint is published, it is the responsibility of the author to make sure that a publication reference is updated in the preprint record along with a URL and DOI link to the published version of the paper on the website.]

Once the article gets accepted by a journal, it is termed as Accepted Manuscript. This version of the article has been accepted by a journal editor and has been through the peer review process.

To encourage the citation of your work, you are allowed to post your Accepted Manuscript (AM) at any point after acceptance, given a link is inserted from your posted AM to the published article with the following text:

“This article has been accepted for publication in Journal Name . [Manuscript Number].”

This is the definitive, citable, final version of the paper which has been typeset, had metadata applied, copyedited and allocated Digital Object Identifier or DOI. Version of Record is the published version of the paper

On publication, authors are allowed to link to the VOR using the DOI or authors can post the article PDF on any non-commercial repositories and websites. Authors can link the VOR after publication along with incorporating the below mentioned text:

“This is an [Accepted Manuscript/Author’s Original Manuscript] of an article published in _______________ on [date of publication], available at [Article DOI].”