Cambridge Open Engage is the early research platform from Cambridge University Press. The site offers researchers a new space to rapidly disseminate early and open research, including preprints, posters, presentations and conference papers. It is free to read and upload research, and content is posted within days once it has passed our moderation checks.
As the platform develops, we’ll be adding features that allow researchers to connect with their community, collaborate with their peers, and extend the collaborative benefits of conferences. We are using a method called co-creation to build and develop the site, which involves working with a panel of over 200 academic volunteers across disciplines to generate ideas, validate features and help us prioritize. Interested in contributing to our platforms and products? You can register to become a co-creator here.
Partner with us
We are also offering open research services via Cambridge Open Engage to organizations such as learned societies, research centres, institutions and funders. Click here to find out more.
Our open research mission
As a global publisher we support open research, and Cambridge Open Engage is another important step towards our vision of unlocking the potential of high quality research and building a more open future. Click here to read more about open research at Cambridge University Press and how we can support you.
Watch our short video with Brigitte Shull, Senior Vice President, USA, and Vicky Drummond, Director of Online Experience, to learn more:
- 02 April 2020,
- In a world that is currently experiencing drastic disruption, responsible sharing of new research at an early stage is ever more important.…
- 24 March 2020,
- In this case study, Sebastian Karcher and Diana Kapiszewski talk about their experience posting their research on APSA Preprints, the first partner area on...
- 09 March 2020,
- This month, we’re approaching the launch of direct submission to Cambridge Open Engage, our new early research platform. As well as working with researchers...