Q. How can I publish my e-journals / e-books on CEEOL?
Q. How does invoicing work?
All publishers receive their royalties based on the download statistics on a yearly basis. The statistics can be viewed and downloaded in the publisher’s account. The height of the royalties depends on the type of royalty agreement. For more questions, please do not hesitate to contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Q. How can I receive statistics and reports on all my titles available on CEEOL?
In your user account, you can easily download statistics on each and every of your titles. Learn more about the tools for publishers here.
Q. Can I manage my titles on CEEOL myself?
Yes. After your registration on CEEOL is unlocked, you can manage all your publications on the site yourself (e.g. the upload of documents).
Q. How can I upload files on CEEOL?
After your registration on CEEOL is unlocked, you can manage all your publications on the site yourself (e.g. the upload of documents).
Q. What are the preferred delivery formats?
Articles are to be delivered exclusively in PDF format whereas the cover page should be in JPEG (sized less than 50KB).
Q. How does CEEOL promote the content?
CEEOL makes every effort to promote the scholarly content in the academic community. Learn more about our marketing activities here
Q. What are the selection criteria for a publication to be included in CEEOL?
CEEOL is exclusively looking for journals, e-books and grey literature in humanities and social sciences from and about Central and Eastern Europe. Please find the specific areas of interest we are dealing with here. All publications have to fulfill academic standards such as keywords and summaries. If published in a native language, titles, keywords and summaries have to be translated into English.
Q. What are the benefits for a publisher to participate in CEEOL?
The aim of CEEOL is a relationship that is profitable for all partners: subscribers, publishers, authors and CEEOL. Learn more about the benefits for publishers here.