Cambridge University Press has reached a transformative Open Access agreement with the Austrian Academic Library Consortium (Kooperation E-Medien Österreich, KEMÖ). The three-year ‘read and publish’ deal will cover 10 of the Consortium’s affiliated research institutions, including nine universities and one institute.
Read and publish deals pay for an institution to access a publisher’s journals and also cover any Article Processing Charges the institution’s authors would normally pay to publish their work Open Access with that publisher.
Under the agreement, the 10 institutions will be able to publish publicly-financed research articles in the Press’s hybrid and fully Open Access journals. In addition, the institutions will have access to their chosen collection of either the Full, HSS, STM or Med/Vet collection. The Press’s full collection consists of more than 400 journals. It follows a number of similar agreements between the Press and higher education and research institutions around the world.
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