Tag Archives: Cambridge University Press

Taylor & Francis and Cambridge University Press join blockchain for peer review project

(26 April 2018) Taylor & Francis Group have joined the initiative, announced in March 2018, which focuses on the problems of research reproducibility, recognition of reviewers and the rising burden of the peer-review process. The project will develop a protocol where information about peer review activities (submitted by publishers) are stored on a blockchain. This […]


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Springer Nature, Cambridge University Press, Thieme and ResearchGate announce new cooperation to make it easier to navigate the legal sharing of academic journal articles

(19  April 2018, New York/Stuttgart) In a cooperation agreement announced today, three publishers and ResearchGate will work together on the sharing of articles on the scholarly collaboration platform in a way that protects the rights of authors and publishers. The agreement ultimately involves publishers who want to help and support content sharing and believe that […]


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Cambridge Core joins the ProQuest OASIS platform

(27 March 2018, Mountain View, CA)  ProQuest has teamed with Cambridge University Press to provide libraries access to the Cambridge Core platform and content via the ProQuest OASIS platform. Over 30,000 ebook titles across 36 subject areas from Cambridge University Press and other publishers become available through the OASIS selection and purchase system beginning 27th […]


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Cambridge University Press launches new content sharing service pilot

(8 December 2017) The world’s oldest publisher is today [Friday, 8 December] launching a new content sharing service – Cambridge Core Share – providing the academic community and wider public with greater access to research. Cambridge University Press has developed the new service on its Cambridge Core platform and will extend the functionality to a […]


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Cambridge University Press and their Library Advisory Boards: an overview

(11 December 2017)  Linda Bennet writes that Cambridge University Press is very proud of its library advisory boards, and extremely grateful to the librarians who support them. The first board, the Global Library Advisory Board (at that time called the Librarian Panel), was set up in the spring of 2004, when a small group of […]


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New Library Advisory Board for South Asia

(6 December 2017) The Cambridge University Press has set up a new Library Advisory Board for South Asia. The South Asia Library Advisory Board (SALAB) includes academic librarian representatives from across India and aims to gather insights into needs and challenges faced by academic libraries. The Library Advisory Board will also help the Press understand […]


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Yewno includes all Cambridge University Press digitized content in its knowledge discovery product

(26 September 2017, Redwood City, CA)  Yewno Discover will now be dramatically enhanced by the inclusion of Cambridge University Press’ full digitized academic content. Over the last 2 years, the knowledge discovery product has benefited from the inclusion of Cambridge University Press journal articles. Yewno’s relationship with the Press has now deepened with the inclusion […]


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Cambridge University Press embarks on project to improve discoverability of library resources

(16 January 2017, Cambridge, UK)  It’s no secret that library budgets have been slashed in recent years, and the burdens of trying to do more with less are growing for librarians and information professionals. But what is it that adds most stress to the lives of cataloguers and librarians? Quite possibly it is unhappy users; […]


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Cambridge Core announced

(6 September 2016) Cambridge Core is the new academic online platform from Cambridge University Press. It is a sophisticated, high-performing replacement for existing platforms, Cambridge Journals Online (CJO) and Cambridge Books Online (CBO). For the first time, all Cambridge online books and journals are available in one place for institutional access and purchase. All content […]


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Inauguration of Cambridge University Press ‘Centre for Excellence’ marks turning point in history of India’s academic influence across the globe

(23 September 2014)  Cambridge University Press, who has been active in South Asia for the last decade is delighted to announce the launch of a world class ‘Centre for Excellence’ for the South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation in New Delhi. Not only does this further demonstrate the commitment made by Cambridge University Press to […]


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Cambridge University Press partners with Knewton

(5 September 2103) Today, global publisher Cambridge University Press announced a comprehensive partnership with leading adaptive learning company Knewton. Cambridge University Press, one of the world’s foremost English Language Teaching (ELT) publishers, will use Knewton technology to create personalized learning experiences in its industry-leading ELT digital products for students worldwide. The partnership will see Knewton […]


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Open Access Creative Commons licences for Cambridge Journals

Cambridge University Press has announced that articles in its Open Access journals can be published with a Creative Commons Attribution licence (‘CC-BY‘).This licence allows users and readers to download, read, reuse and re-distribute freely, as long as they acknowledge the original article. Following the recommendations of the Finch report, research funders (such as RCUK and […]


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Cambridge University Press and Chinese Laser Press to launch open access journal

(7 February 2013, United Kingdom) Chinese Laser Press and Cambridge University Press have announced that they will be launching a new open access journal from 2013. The new journal, High Power Laser Science and Engineering (HPLaser), will be an online-only (printed version available only in China), international and peer-reviewed journal focusing on all aspects of […]


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