Follow the instructions below to submit your manuscript to an ASHA journal through ScholarOne Manuscripts (S1). If you experience any problems during submission, please contact the appropriate Editorial Administrator at email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copyright & Open Access
Copyright gives the copyright holder exclusive rights over how others use their work. Copyright allows the holder to protect original material and stop others from using your work without permission. It means others will generally need to credit the authors and the work properly, increasing its impact. When publishing in ASHA journals, we ask authors to assign copyright to us.
While ASHA journals needs publishing rights in order to publish and disseminate research articles, ASHA supports authors’ choice on how to publish their work. We are committed to helping you comply with your funder and institutional requirements and support both green and gold open access options (see below). Any author publishing in an ASHA journal can opt to retain their own copyright and sign a license to publish using the open access option.
In addition, ASHA recognizes the importance of authors’ use of their work in furthering the scholarship and research. Although a copyright transfer is signed by authors at submission, authors should be aware that they retain many rights for noncommercial use of the material. Express permission for use is required only in circumstances stipulated on the copyright transfer form. Additional information regarding is available in Sharing and Using Your Research.
The Value of ORCiD
Registration is simple and free; therefore, ASHA encourages all authors and volunteers to have an ORCID iD and connect it to his/her ScholarOne Manuscripts account, using the instructions on the edit account pages. To learn more about ORCID and how it can help you manage your scholarly identity, please visit the About section of the official ORCiD website.