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Article Copyright is Held by the Respective Authors, Without Limitation.
Eduprof: Journal of Islamic Education is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. This allows anyone to copy, redistribute, remix, transmit and adapt the work as long as the original work and the source are properly cited. This means that, based on the CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license, the author still holds the copyright to his article, but the author gives permission to other people to use the content of the publication in Eduprof: Journal of Islamic Education in whole or in part provided that the original work is properly cited.
Users (redistribution) of Eduprof: Journal of Islamic Education are required to include the original source, including the name of the author Eduprof: Journal of Islamic Education as the initial source of publication, year of publication, volume number, issue, and Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
The author grants the rights to Eduprof: Journal of Islamic Education for first publication. Although the author remains the copyright owner.
The author guarantees that the article is original, written by the stated author, has never been published before, does not contain statements that violate the law, does not violate the rights of others, is subject to copyright which is owned exclusively by the author. and is free from any third party rights, and any written permission required to quote from other sources has been obtained by the author.

User / Public Rights
The spirit of exact science is to disseminate published articles as much as possible. Under a Creative Commons license, Eduprof allows users to copy, distribute, display and perform work for a variety of purposes, including commercial. Users also need to attribute authors and exacts to distributing works in journals and other publication media. Unless otherwise stated, authors are public entities as soon as their articles are published.

Author's Rights
Authors retain all their rights to published works, such as (but not limited to) the following rights;

  1. Copyright and other proprietary rights relating to articles, such as patents,
  2. The right to use the substance of the article in his own future works, including lectures and books,
  3. Right to reproduce articles for own purposes
  4. The right to archive the articles yourself,
  5. The right to enter into separate additional contractual arrangements for non-exclusive distribution of published versions of articles (eg, posting them to institutional repository or publishing them in a book), with acknowledgment of their initial publication in this journal

If an article was prepared jointly by more than one author, each author submitting the manuscript warrants that he has been authorized by all co-authors to agree to copyright and license notices (agreements) on their behalf, and agrees to notify the co-authors of the terms of this policy. Eduprof will not be responsible for anything that may arise due to the writer's internal dispute. Eduprof will only communicate with related authors.

Being an openly accessible journal and distributing articles for free under the Creative Commons license terms mentioned, the author realizes that Eduprof grants rights to its authors without royalties or other fees.

Self Archiving
Eduprof Journal allows and encourages authors to self-archive their articles in institutional or other specialized repositories, personal websites and social networking sites such as ResearchGate and Academia.edu. Authors are advised to use the final PDF version published on the Journal website for self-archiving purposes. However, this is not mandatory and authors are free to use the version they prefer; pre-print, post-print, or publisher PDF versions.
There is no embargo on self-archiving of articles. Authors are allowed to store articles in repositories, personal sites and social networking sites immediately after they are published on the journal website. Accepted manuscripts can also be archived by the author himself.