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Re-Prints and Permissions

Permissions

Articles from the Journal of Transformative Learning may be copied or otherwise reused without permission only to the extent permitted by Sections 107 and 108 of the U.S. Copyright Law.

Permission must be obtained from the Press for all other reuse of journals content, including:

Please contact us at then editorial address above if you would like to request permission for a reuse not covered here.

Copyright

Articles are co-owned by the Journal of Transformative Learning and the individual author.  Either may grant permission singularly without permission from the other. The Transformative Learning Press of the University of Central Oklahoma can grant permission only for material copyrighted by the Press or the journal's sponsor. Otherwise, please contact the copyright holder identified on the first page of each article or in the credit line (for images and figures). Articles in the public domain may be used without permission, but it is customary to contact the author. Contact the US Copyright Office for additional information.

Authors

Authors of articles published in Journal of Transformative Learning are entitled to use their article for their teaching and scholarly work.

Abstract and Keywords

All manuscripts must include an abstract containing a maximum of 250 words typed on a separate page. After the abstract, please supply up to five keywords or brief phrases.

 

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