What are permissions/rights?
If you are using previously published material in your chapter then you need to get permission from the copyright holder of that material in order to reproduce it.
How do I know what needs permission?
If you use original, unpublished artwork/tables/multi-media in your chapter then you don’t need to worry about permissions. However, if you are reproducing or modifying previously published material (for which you don’t own the copyright) then you need to obtain permission for both print and electronic formats of the work. For further information click HERE
Obtaining permission to use third party material
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Obtaining permission to use Elsevier material
Who acquires the necessary permissions for my chapter?
It is the Author’s responsibility to obtain permission to reproduce any copyrighted material.
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