Copyright and Licensing
The authors save copyright, give the right to the editorial board of the collection of scientific papers "Pedagogical Discourse" to publish original scientific articles which contain the results of experimental and (or) theoretical research and are not considered to publish in other editions. All materials are subject to the CC Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International license (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0).
According to this the author allows you to increase, to copy, to transmit your work, to modify, to change, to develop a work. The author does not allow to use his or her work for commercial purposes (Noncommercial). You should save links to previous authors. They determine the form (Attribution). The work which is modified by the other co-author should be licensed under the same license CC BY-NC-SA (Share Alike).
The author / authors of the article for publication in the collection of scientific papers "Pedagogical Discourse" must submit a completed form Author's agreement for the publication of the materials. If the editorial board doesn’t approve the article, the agreement will be annulled and lost legality. Author’s agreement for the publication of the materials should be sent to the editorial board by e-mail (signed and scanned) or by mail.
Editors place articles in the collection of scientific papers "Pedagogical Discourse", use the author’s / authors’ free and non-exclusive materials. Copyright for the manuscript is preserved without limitation of the term. (CC Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC- SA 4.0))
The fact of submitting materials to the collection of scientific papers "Pedagogical Discourse". The author / authors allow the editorial board of the collection to place materials on the Internet and grant access to these materials to users regardless of their place of residence.
The editorial board of the collection of scientific papers "Pedagogical Discourse" reserves the right to distribute a collection of scientific papers "Pedagogical Discourse” in the electronic and paper formats and / or other information prepared by the editorial board, the whole or some articles, or some fragments that have already been published and the author/authors hadn’t been informed about it but their copyright is preserved according to the laws of Ukraine "On information" and "On scientific and technical information".
According to the Law of Ukraine "On Copyright and Related Rights", all non-proprietary rights to the work are retained by the author / authors. The Editorial Board of the collection of scientific papers "Pedagogical Discourse" in accordance with the Law of Ukraine "On Copyright and Related Rights" carries out the transfer of a copy of a work to libraries and archives of Ukraine and other countries. Their activities are not connected directly or indirectly to profit, as to use materials from editorial board in education where copyright is preserved. All materials are sent and carried out according to the principles of open access and free access to the materials.
Accepted articles are posted on the Internet after the publication of a collection of scientific papers "Pedagogical Discourse":
- on the website of the National Library of Ukraine named after V.I. Vernadsky;
- on the official website of the collection of scientific papers "Pedagogical Discourse".
The author / authors reserve the right without the agreement by the editorial board:
- To use the whole materials of the article or partly for educational purposes.
- To use the materials of the article in whole or in part for writing dissertations.
- To use article for the preparation of abstracts, conference reports, presentations.
- To place article’s electronic copies (including the final electronic version downloaded from the official website of the collection) on:
- personal web resources of all authors (web sites, web pages, blogs, etc.);
- web resources of agencies where authors work (including electronic institutional repositories);
- non-commercial open source web resources.
It is obligatory to have a bibliographic link to an article or a hyperlink to its electronic copy on the official website of the collection of scientific papers "Pedagogical Discourse" in any case.