CUP seeks Transformative status across its journals

CUP seeks Transformative status across its journals

Cambridge University Press is to request the majority of its journals be given Transformative Journal status by cOAlition S as part of a commitment to transition them to full Open Access.

However, the publisher said it would not support the Rights Retention Strategy also proposed by cOAlition S, saying it believed this model was "likely to undermine a path to sustainable Open Access".

Transformative Journals promise to increase the share of research articles they publish Open Access each year, flipping to fully OA when that reaches 75%, as well as actively promoting the benefits of OA to ...

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