Academic publisher Cambridge University Press has launched a new publishing model to provide an outlet for world-class research and writing that sits outside the traditional formats of book or journal article.
Work of between 50-120 pages will be published digitally and through print-on-demand as 'Cambridge Elements' – concise, peer-reviewed guides to key and current topics across all fields of study and research. These will be organised into focused series, edited by leading scholars.
They will combine the speed, flexibility and versatility of digital with the highest academic standards.
Cambridge Elements will be published in just 12 weeks and be made available as digital collections to institutional libraries and to individuals as e-books and in print. They can also be regularly updated to provide a dynamic reference resource for graduate students, researchers, and practitioners.
There will also be Open Access options, in line with the Press's commitment to help build a sustainable, responsible transition to a more open future for academic publishing.
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