Oxford University Press to launch new interdisciplinary research resource to inform global policy and decision-making
Oxford University Press (OUP) is launching Oxford Intersections, a new resource combining original research from multiple academic disciplines centred on a complex global topic.
Launching in 2024, the first six Oxford Intersections initially under development are:
Racism by Context AI in Society and Culture Place and Space Social Media Borders Food Security
Oxford University Press to publish the Chemical Society of Japan’s journals
New agreement to focus on driving the growth of CSJ journals, while maintaining high quality, reputation, and impact.
Oxford University Press (OUP) has announced a major new agreement with the Chemical Society of Japan (CSJ) to publish its two flagship journals, the Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan and Chemistry Letters, from 01 January 2024. The journals will join OUP’s portfolio of
Oxford University Press shares progress on sustainability in latest Responsible Publishing Report
Oxford University Press (OUP)—the world’s largest university press—has today published its second Responsible Publishing Report. The report reflects on the steps the publisher has taken to operate responsibly and support its people and communities worldwide, as well as capturing the progress it has made against its targets.
It further demonstrates how OUP—a signatory to the United Nations Sust
Oxford University Press and CzechELib sign read and publish agreement
Oxford University Press (OUP) and the Czech National Library of Technology (CzechELib), via Albertina icome Praha s.r.o, have reached a three-year nationwide read and publish agreement. Under the new agreement, researchers at CzechELib‘s member institutions can access high-quality research content from OUP’s full journals collection and publish their work open access.
The agreement is OUP‘s f
Oxford University Press secures first transformative agreement in South Africa
New read and publish contract with the South African National Library and Information Consortium will provide the regional academic community with greater opportunity to publish open access
Oxford University Press (OUP) and non-profit organization the South African National Library and Information Consortium (SANLIC) have reached a three-year nationwide read and publish agreement. Coming into
Oxford University Press publishes significant choral music anthology exclusively by Black composers
Marques L. A. Garrett’s ‘The Oxford Book of Choral Music by Black Composers’ will highlight the contributions by composers of African descent, publishing during the United States Black History Month
Oxford University Press and the Austrian Academic Library Consortium increase potential for open access publishing in Austria
Oxford University Press (OUP) and the Austrian Academic Library Consortium (Kooperation E-Medien Österreich; KEMÖ) have signed a three-year read and publish agreement, with the option to extend for a further two-years. As part of the contract, 16 KEMÖ member institutions will benefit from unlimited publishing in OUP’s hybrid and fully open access journals, increasing the potential for the Aust
Oxford University Press sign the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment
We are pleased to announce that we have signed the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA), which is a worldwide initiative that recognizes the need to improve the ways in which scholarly research is evaluated. In signing the declaration, we are demonstrating our support for the responsible assessment of individual scholarly research outputs on their own merits. This further reflec
Oxford University Press to launch open access journal in partnership with Project HOPE
The launch of open access journal Health Affairs Scholar will help drive open access publishing and increase the reach of health policy research
Oxford University Press (OUP) is pleased to announce a new agreement with global health and humanitarian relief organization Project HOPE to publish its fully open access journal, Health Affairs Scholar. The new international open access journal will b
Oxford University Press unveils landmark Read and Publish deal in Japan
The agreement with the Japan Alliance of University Library Consortia for E-Resources (JUSTICE) will provide Japanese researchers with greater access to research and more opportunity to publish their work open access
Oxford, England, 17 November 2022: The world’s largest university press, Oxford University Press (OUP), has today announced a transformative three-year Read and Publish agreement
Oxford University Press marks 150 years of Ralph Vaughan Williams by donating historic collection to the British Library
OUP has published music composed by Ralph Vaughan Williams since 1906, when it first released hymn tunes for The English Hymnal. The donation contains a broad range of historical archive materials including musical scores amended in Vaughan Williams’s own hand. The items donated by OUP will form part of the national collection at the British Library and, on completion of cataloguing, will be ava
Oxford University Press to publish leading evolutionary biology journals
New agreement with the Society for the Study of Evolution and the European Society of Evolutionary Biology will help drive open access publishing and increase the reach of cutting-edge evolutionary biology research
Oxford, England, 07 October 2022: Oxford University Press (OUP) is pleased to announce a new agreement with the Society for the Study of Evolution (SSE) to publish its journal Evolut