Copyright and Licensing
The authors own the copyright for their works published on the website of the College of Education for Girls Journal for the Human Sciences, which allows unrestricted use, such as distribution and reproduction, of any research, provided that the original work is cited accurately and clearly.
The editorial board of the Journal of the College of Education for Girls for Humanities emphasizes commitment to copyright and intellectual property, and therefore copyrights are legal rights affirmed by law in all countries of the world, ensuring the fair use of scientific publications and writings.
The editorial board confirms copyright, which is a form of intellectual property that applies to certain forms of creative work under the copyright law in all countries of the world, which undertakes legal protection. These rights often include copying and control over a work. Derivative, distribution, public performance and moral rights such as attribution.
The goal of the intellectual rights protection system is to develop research and development and provide information in order to advance knowledge, increase investment incentives, and encourage innovations and scientific excellence.
One of the important legal matters confirmed by the editorial board of the Journal of the College of Education for Girls for Humanities is that it considers the work of the researcher who published the scientific work to be attributed to him, whether by mentioning his name on the work or in any other way, and that the purpose of protecting the author or scientific work published in our journal is to promote progress and innovation. By allowing authors or creators of applicable works to profit from their efforts by giving them the exclusive right to control that work. Without copyright, any scientific work created can be immediately freely copied by others. This means that there will be little incentive to expend effort in writing the research, and therefore no part published on the pages of the journal may be copied or attributed to anyone other than Refer to the writer of the original text or the author, indicating the name and number of the journal and the year of publication of the research.
Therefore, it is not permissible to copy or attribute any part published on the pages of the magazine to any other person without referring to the writer of the original text and the author of the text and indicating the name of the magazine, its number, the year of publication of the research and its pages.
Licensing Policy :
The Journal of the College of Education for Girls for Human Sciences operates in accordance with the International Creative Commons, which allows users to copy and create excerpts and summaries, and then create new scientific works from the research or modify it and benefit from the scientific material, provided that the user indicates a link to the original research.