Open Access – the German approach

Dr Gernot Deinzer says the best way he can describe himself is as an “information professional”. His professional roles include acting as subject librarian for Mathematics, Physics and Informatics at the University of Regensburg in Germany and also heading up the IT services for the Library itself.  Last but by no means least, he is the Open Access specialist at the University and the OA ‘Beauftragter’ – champion.…


Related content trials on Cambridge Core

Following the feedback from our customers, we are excited to announce two trials for related content have started on Cambridge Core!


Journals Update 2019

In this update you’ll find all the information about the exciting changes to Cambridge University Press’s journals line-up in 2019, including a first look at a brand new launch title, titles that are switching to a fully Open Access model, and the new publishing partnerships we’ve established.…


A day in the life of a Library Sales Executive

Q & A with Louise Deane – Library Sales Executive   You are a Library Sales Executive – how long have you done this for and what regions do you cover in your role?


Improved KBART lists available from Cambridge Core

We are excited to share with you the improvements we have made to our KBART lists on Cambridge Core. Since launch we have been continuously listening to our customers and developing the platform to ensure the best user experience possible, and as part of this commitment we have spent time upgrading our KBART offering on Cambridge Core.…


Cambridge University Press signs major Open Access deal in Sweden

Cambridge University Press has reached a major Open Access deal with higher education and research institutions in Sweden. The three-year ‘Read and Publish’ deal has been agreed with Bibsam – a consortium of 85 higher education and research institutions, led by the National Library of Sweden.…


A day in the life of a Library Sales Support Coordinator

Q & A with Becky Rosario – Library Sales Support Coordinator Q: You are a Library Sales Support Coordinator – what does that mean?…


Public Statement on Plan S

Cambridge University Press exists to advance knowledge, learning and research. As part of our purpose, we disseminate high-quality research and drive its impact and reach, working with the academic communities we support.…