|Title||The Journal of Creative Technologies (JCT)|
|Owner||Colab, Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies, Auckland University of Technology|
Auckland University of Technology
WG Sir Paul Reeves Building
2 Governor Fitzroy Place
|Copyright policy||All articles published in The Journal of Creative Technologies (JCT), from Issue 4 onwards (September 2015), will be licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC-BY). The copyright of the material remains with the author(s), and third-parties are granted permission to use, shared, and adapted the material, provided the original work is appropriately attributed.
For articles published previous to Issues 4, the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License applies.
|Complaint policy||There is no specific policy on complaints.|
|Publication charge link||https://ctechjournal.aut.ac.nz/editorial-policies/#open-access|
|Publication charge policy||All articles published in JCT are openly accessible to read, download, and share, free of charge.|
|Peer review process||https://ctechjournal.aut.ac.nz/editorial-policies/#peer-review|
|Peer review policy||All articles submitted to JCT are initially consider for relevancy by Guest Editors, and in some cases the Editors-in-Chief. Articles considered to be relevant to the journal issue are subject to a double-blind peer review. Reviewers recommend the article either be published as is, published with minor revisions, published with major revisions, or rejected. A final decision is made by the Guest Editors and Editors-in-Chief, based on reviewer feedback, and the authors are notified of required revisions. If significant revision of an article is required, it will undergo a second double-blind peer-review. Reviewers for each journal issue are appointed by the Editors-in-Chief, Guest Editors, and Advisory Panel, based on their expertise in the field.|