UCL's adventures in Open Access yield global reach

UCL's adventures in Open Access yield global reach

In the two and a half years since its launch, UCL Press - the most prominent of the host of new Open Access ventures springing up at UK universities - has made considerable strides. It has published over 50 books, the majority of them scholarly monographs, and a couple of textbooks, with plans for more; it has eight academic journals on its list; and it has been publishing literary works in translation.

UCL Press works on a very different model to the standard university press (UP) approach: it is underpinned with heavy subsidy from its institution, with pro-vice-provost Paul Ayris of UCL ...

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