Publication of the Thesis, Dissertation
Once your thesis, dissertation, or manuscript has been accepted by the Graduate Division, it is submitted for publication to the ASIO, where it will become available to other academic institutions and to the general public.
ASIO offers thesis publication services to give authors a global platform to showcase their valuable work. Whether it is an Under Graduate or Post Graduate dissertation or a doctoral thesis, these are grey literature that is not widely accessible. But, with the help of ASIO, the research and findings of theses will have a worldwide visibility and can greatly contribute to their respective fields of creativity. If you're about to finish your Dissertation or thesis and want to give it a shape of an online book, then opt for our thesis publication services and get your work recognized by one and all. Moreover, the author holds full ownership of the completed work and is entitled to sell or distribute copies as an e-book.
ASIO Publication of Thesis & Dissertation (ASIO-PTD) is an open access, which means that your thesis is available to anyone in the world to download / read for free directly from the website. Send your original work (If you are taking any ref. or topics from other source please don't forget to mention source / ref. / author etc); Our journal / publication is all published online as well as in print media and there are no limits on the number or size of the papers we can publish. So, your paper will not be rejected due to lack of space. If your article / work are published elsewhere then you have to send Permission / Consent or Request letter to us for re-printing / publication.
All papers and contact details of corresponding authors are included in our press release service, which means that your work is drawn to the attention of all the main media organizations & targeted people group in the world, who may choose to feature the work in newspaper and other media reports. Articles should have adequate Images, Tables, Designs, Methods, Procedures, and Conclusions etc. If English is not the first language of authors, they are advised to have their article edited by a native English speaker before submission. Submissions must be supported by an ethical statement on behalf of all authors. This should be included in the submission covering letter with the corresponding author taking responsibility for having consulted with all the authors. If all or parts of previously published material are used, permission must be obtained from the copyright holder concerned. It is the author's responsibility to obtain these in writing and provide copies to ASIO.
Publishing with ASIO Dissertation Publishing: Effects on Publishing your Content Elsewhere
The first thing to remember is that YOU own your copyright; unlike most scholarly publishers, ASIO does NOT acquire copyright when we publish your dissertation or thesis. You are free to re-publish your work in whole or in part, with whomever you choose without asking our permission.
Some authors are concerned that journals and other publishers will not accept content that has been published in or as a dissertation or thesis. This concern is less valid in the case of peer-reviewed journals, and potentially more valid in the case of commercial book publishers.
While every case is unique, here are some general rules of thumb in examining this issue with regard to your own work:
In most cases, you will not be submitting your dissertation or thesis as is to a peer-reviewed journal (unless it is a journal that publishes a monograph series). Most often, the content submitted for journal publication is an excerpt, chapter, or section of your dissertation or thesis. At the very least, it would be a significantly shorter distillation of your graduate work. The content is likely to be rearranged and reformatted to fit the style of the journal to which you submit. Finally, the content is likely to be revised and updated through the peer-review process and finally the editorial process if it is accepted. All of these processes mean that the material as finally published by a journal is substantively and substantially refined and therefore different from the content that is published as your dissertation or thesis. For this reason, journals are not historically concerned about your content having appeared and been distributed as a published graduate work. This is particularly true in the STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).
Academic presses, monograph publishers, and commercial presses are more likely to consider your dissertation or thesis as a book. This is more often the case with the humanities, social sciences, and arts. Still, even if not peer-reviewed, the editorial process that turns your graduate work into a book is likely to change it substantially. The key in this consideration is whether the content changes substantively; i.e., is there a real difference in the content that makes the press comfortable with investing its resources in producing a book from your dissertation/thesis. Historically, presses have not been terribly concerned that distribution of your graduate work would harm potential sales as a book. However, as dissertations and theses have become widely available over the internet through libraries, consortia and institutional repositories as well as from our subscription database, more presses may look more carefully at the question of marketability.
Requests for Delayed Publishing
Classified or Confidential Material
Occasionally there are special circumstances when a student does not want all or part of the dissertation to be published. Such circumstances may involve disclosure of patent rights before a patent is granted, disclosures of facts about persons or institutions that violate professional ethics regarding protection of confidentiality or other circumstances that would be detrimental to the rights of the author. In such cases, the dean of the Graduate Division may permit the entire thesis, dissertation, manuscript or an appendix to be held for a specified period of time, usually not longer than one year. This is called a "publishing embargo."
All requests for embargoes add some time to the dissertation filing process. This is especially important to consider if you are near the end of the term deadline for filing your dissertation. Your request will take at least some time to be reviewed and approved, and the time required to gather additional details from you or others, may bring the actual acceptance date of the dissertation past the end of the deadline for that term. This, in turn, would delay your degree conferral date until the end of the following term, which would require that you be re-registered in that following term in order for the dissertation to be accepted.
To retain the exclusive right to reproduce, publish, or sell your work you must copyright the material. To copyright your work, you must include in your thesis, dissertation, or manuscript, a copyright page, which directly follows the title page, and bears the following notice at the center of the page just above the bottom margin:
(Your name as it appears on the title page)
However, in order to protect your rights in a dispute or to be compensated for damages caused by infringement, you should register your copyright with the Library of Congress. Students may designate UMI to act as their agent in registering the copyright. UMI will file the appropriate forms, submit the fee, and provide a copy to the Library of Congress. If you wish to have UMI register your copyright you may elect to do so during the submission process. You may also register the copyright yourself by paying the registration fee and following the directions provided by the Library of Congress.
Using Previously Published Materials
With the approval of the thesis, dissertation, or manuscript committee and your graduate program, published materials may be accepted as part of the thesis, dissertation & manuscript when:
The publication(s) represents research or scholarship comparable in scope and contribution to the portion of the standard thesis or dissertation it replaces.
The published material is substantially the product of the student's period of study at UCSF and was primarily conducted and written by the student.
An introduction showing the historical development, methods used, and result is required. This may be summarized if already part of the published material.
The usual preliminary pages are required for a thesis, dissertation, or manuscript that includes previously published material. The acknowledgment page of your preliminary pages should include a reference to the publication in which the material originally appeared.
The published material and preliminary pages must meet all other formatting requirements for the thesis, dissertation, or manuscript.
Multiple Published Papers
If several papers from the thesis, dissertation, or manuscript have been published they may be used as individual chapters. Conventional thesis, dissertation, or manuscript chapters may be combined with published papers in the thesis, dissertation, or manuscript. Theses, dissertations, or manuscripts at press should be treated as published papers.
If the published material lists a co-author, and the co-author is the person who directed and supervised the research, then only the student's name is listed as the author in the preliminary pages. However, the acknowledgment page should state: “The text of this thesis/dissertation/manuscript is a reprint of the material as it appears in ______________ (name of publication). The co-author listed in this publication directed and supervised the research that forms the basis for the dissertation/thesis.”
If the published material lists co-authors other than the research advisor, a statement from the research advisor clarifying what work the student completed should be included in the acknowledgment page. This statement should also explain how the work is comparable to a standard thesis or dissertation.
All submissions should be made electronically to the editor through online submission process or author may directly submit the Dissertation or Thesis to email@example.com
Thesis Publication Charges
Depending on your thesis size and other factors ASIO Thesis Publication Team will provide you the estimate. You can mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for any query related to thesis publication charges.
Modes of Payment & Processing Charges for National & International Authors
For Indian authors - 1000-2500/- INR (Amount depends upon the thesis size and publication Mode, like Rapid/Fast/Medium/Normal Track)
(No any hidden Charges for extra Page/Figure, Hard Copies, Article Processing)
For Other Countries authors - USD $45-200 (Amount depends upon the Country & Thesis or publication Mode, like Rapid/Fast/Medium/Normal Track)
Processing Charge includes:
Publication for the Online Version
We also provide Individual Soft Copy Certificate to all the authors of paper
Indexing, maintenance of link resolvers and journal infrastructures.
Payment of Processing Charges:
- There are following different ways of depositing fees for the publication of accepted papers. Author can choose anyone according to his/her suitability.
Cash Deposit at nearest SBI/UCO/UBI/CBI Bank Branch
By online Net banking (46 major Bank of India Supported)
- Author can also use their online net banking account for directly transfer fees via leading & trusted online payment gateway.
By Indian Debit/Credit Card (VISA/Master/Rupay) of all major Bank of India Supported
- Author can also use their debit/credit cards for directly transfer fees via leading & trusted online payment gateway.
Credit/Debit Cards (All Master/Visa/American Express via Paypal)
- This is another alternate way for the author to depositing fees. you can depositing fees by credit card/debit card/visa card/master card as follows online process.
Payment Modes for Foreign Authors:
By Paypal (All major Credit/Debit Cards Supported)
VISA/Master/Dinners club/AMEX/JCB Credit Cards
Bank Wire Transfer
Western Union and Money gram for Foreign Authors Only
What are the different modes of payments we accept?
We accept all Visa, MasterCard and American Express credit cards, most major debit cards issued in any country, as well as Net Banking payments. The payment can be made using Credit cards, Debit cards or Net Banking. You may pay through this online process safely and securely.
Contact Us to Resolve any Problem Regarding Payment:
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Note that Rapid/Fast/Medium -track System comes with additional charge for publication. ASIO needs to bear the expenses of production and maintenance costs by collecting article Processing charges (APC) from author, authors' institutes or research funding bodies.
We have kept very low APC so that authors, authors’ institutes or research funding bodies can handle the publication fees.
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