Article 33 : publications and copyright
33.1 When an employee acts as a sole author, a co-author or an editor of an original publication, the employee's authorship or editorship is normally shown on the title page of the publication, and this, with the discretion of the University.
33.2 The University agrees that original stand-alone articles and professional papers prepared by an employee within the scope of the employee's regular duties are retained in the appropriate departmental files for the normal life of such files, as outlined in University policies and regulations.
33.3 An employee wishing to publish a stand-alone original article or professional or technical paper written by the employee in professional media must request approval from the University. Such approval must not be withheld without just cause.