Archiving and Data Distribution Policy
The Editor ensures the secure archiving of published material. The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science sends published articles to electronic archives in accordance with the principle of open access, making them fully accessible without the need for any action by the author(s). The author or funding organization may upload a copy of the author's accepted article to archive sites. The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science author license permits reuse for non-commercial use only, with proper citation (full attribution).
The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science commits to keeping all its articles open access under the CC-BY-NC-SA Creative Commons license and storing the full-text content in archive platforms and on The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science journal website. Publications are also archived in the indexes specified at this address.
The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science allows authors to use the final published version of an article (publisher PDF) for self-archiving (author's personal website) and/or archiving in an institutional repository after publication.
Authors can self-archive their articles in public and/or commercial subject-based archives. There is no embargo period, but the published source should be acknowledged, and a link to the journal's homepage or the articles' DOI should be provided.
Authors can download the output of the article as a PDF document. Authors can send copies of the article to their colleagues without any embargo.
The Journal of International Anatolia Sport Science allows all versions of articles (Submitted version, accepted version, published version) to be stored in an institutional or other archive of the author's choice without embargo, as preferred by the author.