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Pubblicare Open Access in Cambridge Journals (in Italiano)

This session focuses on the basics of Open Access (OA) and presents evidence of the increased impact of choosing this option.  Professor Filippo Tronconi, Editor in Chief of Italian Political Science Review, and Professor Gaetano Cascini, Associate Editor of Design Science and AI EDAM, share their perspectives on the opportunities OA affords. This recording is in Italian.

This recording is available on YouTube and Vimeo.


Webinar recordings


Publishing Open Access with Cambridge University Press

Recorded as part of our Open Access Week 2020 webinar series, this session explains how your research can benefit from the increased exposure of Open Access. The webinar series also included sessions on the Open Access situation in China and the evolution of early research. You can find these videos here.


"Open Access : comment être publié.e ?" (French) 

This session, recorded in French, provides tips for preparing and submitting your article, with insights from guest speaker, Jacques Magnaudet, Associate Editor of the Journal of Fluid Mechanics, as well as an overview of Open Access publishing and our read and publish agreement with Couperin

Publishing Open Access in Cambridge Journals

In this session we explore the basics of OA, highlight key benefits, and present evidence of the increased impact of choosing this option. Professor Sally Kendall, co-Editor in-Chief of Primary Health Care Research and Development, shares her perspectives on the opportunities OA affords. 

This recording is available on YouTube and Vimeo.

The evolution of early research

Recorded as part of our Open Access Week 2020 webinar series, this session focusses on five case studies, providing insight into the ways that the preprint and early research landscape have developed in 2020. Speakers discuss their early research strategy, share perspectives from their research communities, provide an update on emerging trends from the cutting edge of the preprint space, and debate what the future might hold. The webinar ends with a Q&A session.