The Open Research movement seeks to maximise the impact and benefits of research by prioritising barrier-free access to research findings, data and methodologies. Open Research reflects a fundamental belief that the pursuit of knowledge benefits directly from collaboration, transparency, rapid dissemination and accessibility.
The aims of the Open Research movement offer significant benefits for researchers, authors, institutions, funders, governments and society as a whole. The promise of accelerating the ability of research to solve problems and tackle complex issues is leading institutions, funders and governmental bodies to strongly embrace it. Seismic changes are underway, and there is no doubt that openness will play a significant role in the future of academic publishing.
Open research at Cambridge University Press
- The American Political Science Association and Cambridge University Press collaborate to launch APSA Preprints
- 26 February 2019,
- New service to launch August 2019 will boost speed and impact of early research The American Political Science Association (APSA) will be launching its own open research preprint platform in collaboration with Cambridge University Press, called APSA Preprints, at the Association’s Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. The service will be a home for early research outputs in political science and related disciplines and the first of its kind to be hosted on Cambridge University Press’s developing open research platform.…...
- Cambridge adds to its Open Access journals by converting four subscription titles to Gold OA
- 22 October 2018,
- 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...
- Public Statement on Plan S
- 03 October 2018,
- Cambridge University Press exists to advance knowledge, learning and research. As part of our purpose, we disseminate high-quality research and drive its impact...