The Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA) and Cambridge University Press have entered into an Open Access publishing agreement. Under the agreement, there will be no charge for corresponding authors from Purdue University who publish open access in CUP’s gold (40 titles) and hybrid journals (330 titles). In addition, Purdue users will have access to over 400 journals, a significant increase in access to CUP journal content.
To be eligible for free publication, articles must:
View the BTAA announcement.
Corresponding authors affiliated with Purdue University-West Lafayette.
Cambridge University Press Gold Open Access journals and Hybrid Open Access journals. Visit Cambridge University Press to find journals supporting open access, or download the CUP list of eligible journals.
You must opt-in to this Open Access agreement with CUP. When your manuscript is accepted for publication, fill in and submit the OA author publishing agreement. This will indicate that you wish to publish open access and move your manuscript into production. Article Processing Charges are transacted in Rightslink.
This is a Read and Publish agreement. Purdue users can still read and access content in Cambridge University Press journals, whether or not that content is Open Access.
No. Under this agreement, authors may choose whether or not they wish to participate.
A Read-and-Publish agreement is an agreement in which the publisher receives payment for reading as well as payment for publishing bundled into a single contract. For more information about this, and other transformative agreements, see "Transformative Agreements: A Primer" by L. Hinchliffe.
Purdue University-West Lafayette: Nina Collins, email@example.com