DOAJ başvurusu için aşağıdaki sorulara nasıl cevap vereceğiz? Ne yapmamız gerekiyor?
Q44: The open access statement is a necessary statement that should be available on your site. It would be better if the open access statement on site is in line with Budapest Open Access Initiative definition. You can reach BOAI definition via http://www.budapestopenaccessinitiative.org/read. Its Turkish translation could be reached via http://www.budapestopenaccessinitiative.org/boai-10-translations/turkish-translation
Q47. Q49. I could not find any CC license indicator on your web site. It would be better if you place a relevant CC license. To get a license please visit http://creativecommons.org/choose/ . A journal must state its licensing terms clearly on the site and that statement must be easily findable for the journal to be accepted in to DOAJ. The license doesn’t have to be a Creative Commons license: an equivalent is valid however it is not enough that the site simply states that a journal is free to read. Provide the link.
If you are NOT using a Creative Commons license, you must fill in your application form specifying what other usage terms apply (e.g contract, publishing agreement, publisher-specific license) and these terms must be similar to the terms of the Creative Commons licenses that are listed in order to be accepted into DOAJ. When writing their own license we strongly advise publishers to get legal advice before adopting a standard text or constructing their own. You must make sure that you use the correct legal language.
Q52-54. Add your copyright policy into your new web site.