The Journal of Computational Creativity is committed to the integrity of all work published in the journal.
The Journal is supported by an Editorial Board with members who are experts in their field, and have substantial knowledge of the areas relevant to the Journal’s scope.
All content is peer-reviewed through a robust and transparent process as set out in our Editorial Policies.
All Journal of Computational Creativity content is openly-accessible under a Creative Commons license to ensure that research is freely available to support a greater global exchange of knowledge.
All of the Journal’s content is assigned a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) for online tracking and referencing.
Requirements for authors
Authors are expected to ensure the integrity of their submitted articles. Where research is reported it should conform to good ethical practice. It is the responsibility of the authors to ensure that all appropriate research ethics and governance processes have been adhered to and that the necessary permissions were obtained for the research. It is also the responsibility of the authors to ensure that material in the article requiring specific copyright permission has the necessary approval. Submission of an article is taken to imply that it has not been previously published in a journal, or is not being considered for publication elsewhere. Authors should note in an acknowledgement sources of funding for the paper and associated work, and any potential conflicts of interest they may have relevant to the content of the article.