Cambridge Open Access books for your library

Did you know that Open Access books are available via Cambridge Core?  These books cover topics across law, literature, life sciences, politics and more, and can be accessed online by readers from across the world without charge or licence agreement.…


Beyond open for open’s sake

At the rainy end of September, I found myself in Washington DC for the first time, strolling along the National Mall and tentatively approaching the White House.…


Cambridge adds to its Open Access journals by converting four subscription titles to Gold OA

This week we are celebrating Open Access Week, where the theme is ‘designing equitable foundations for open knowledge’, the purpose of which is to reflect on a scholarly system in transition, and consider how implementing Open Access (OA) and Open Research (OR) might be achieved for diverse communities.…


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.…


The Value of Preregistration for Open and Credible Science: An Initiative from the Journal of Experimental Political Science

In the interest of promoting open and reproducible science, the Journal of Experimental Political Science editorial team will pilot the pre-acceptance of preregistered reports.…


Investing in the future at a 484-year-old press

At Cambridge University Press, we recognize that the central promise of the Open movement—that an open scholarly ecosystem will accelerate the ability of research to solve problems—is of the highest importance to our communities.


Can we learn to reuse? Digital Literacy, Data and Open Science in Archaeology

The Society for American Archaeology’s paper of the month for May comes from Advances in Archaeological Practice and is entitled: ‘Teaching Open Science: Published Data and Digital Literacy in Archaeology Classrooms‘.…