Information concerning the use of copyrighted materials
The links below will help you get to the part of your publisher's policy that talks about your use of your published article in your ETD. To obtain the information you need for your permissions appendix:
follow the instructions provided by the publishers, or
if use in an ETD is specifically granted on the site, take a screenshot/print the page to include in your ETD.
All listings in the index are color coded for ease of use. Green checks mean use in an ETD is allowed without request. Yellow question marks mean you will have to submit a formal request. Red x marks indicate that use of a whole article in an ETD is not permitted. Policies are subject to change; make note of the date the policy was checked.
The Royal Society of Chemistry does not require a formal request of permissions to reuse a whole article in a thesis. "If you are including an article or book chapter published by us in your thesis please ensure that your co-authors are aware of this." Checked 12/15/2016.
Springer Allows authors to reuse published material in theses and dissertations provided the published version is cited according to the instructions available on this page or Copyright Transfer Statement (CTS) or Licence to Publish (LTP) that you have signed with Springer. Checked 5/1/2023.
Authors have "the non-exclusive right of republication of your article, in whole or in part, in any book, article, or other scholarly work of which you are an author, provided that you give credit to the journal" and follow instructions in the Guidelines. Checked 12/15/2016.
Wiley authors are encouraged to check their publication agreement to ascertain if their retained rights apply to their use. Alternately, authors can complete the RightsLink request process. Checked 12/15/2016.