Author reprints are an exactly the same article that is published in the journal along with the cover page included. These are the hard copies of the articles published. Authors can customize their reprints by adding custom cover, the logo of the company or institution, or additional information. Article reprints are committed in promoting your research work with greater visibility. An E-Print is the HTML version of a paper for multiple users to view on a website. Jacobs Publishers allows you to order reprints for the manuscripts published in all its Open Access journals. The main purpose of reprinting is to encourage the research works of the authors to be effectively spread to the intellectual community. For the already published articles or for the articles under galley proof, you can order reprints. An electronic proof of the article is sent to the corresponding author for approval as an e-mail attachment before printing. The proofs will be considered for the printing process after approval.

Purpose of reprints

Substantial outreach: The reprints of the manuscripts serve as an excellent medium for circulating your review and research work and emphasizing it to the scholars. The manuscripts of high-quality prints are a proven source for directly disseminating your knowledge to the general audience.

Broader Visibility: Reprints provide great visibility of the researcher works to the researchers and scholars increasing the mindshare.

Quality of reprints

Jacobs Publishers will source original quality reprints in color format to maximize the value of the manuscript. The cover page of reprint comprises of:

    • Publisher Logo
    • Organization profile
    • Journal details (Name/logo of the journal)
    • Title of the manuscript
    • Author details
    • Manuscript insights
    • Recent articles information

The reprints are provided in high quality glossy paper of A4.

Reprint charges

Jacobs Publishers has reprinting charges on cost-to-cost basis to provide support to the authors in maximizing the circulation of the research works. For further information or queries concerned to reprint charges contact us at