Provides peer-reviewed open access monographs published by the University of California Press. Full text may be read online or downloaded in PDF, EPUB, or Mobi format.
The University of Texas at Austin has an institutional membership paid by the University of Texas Libraries. This membership provides a 15% discount on Title Publication Fees for University of Texas at Austin faculty members.
A deposit account that UT Austin non-tenured researchers can use to pay article processing charges (APCs). UT Libraries will fund up to 4 APCs per year and authors are limited to using the fund once per academic year.
UT Austin is participating in the Community Action Publishing program from PLOS. Participating in this program means UT Austin corresponding authors won't have to pay APCs for either PLOS Biology or PLOS Medicine.
As a wholly owned subsidiary of the Biochemical Society, we are fully committed to the open science agenda, and to serving the needs of our authors, readers, researchers, society members and librarians. Portland Press offers several Open Access (OA) options, including funder-compliant routes to publishing, in all of our journals.
Social sciences data repository that offers curation services. UT Austin's membership covers the costs for most curation services.
Instructions for UT Austin Cambridge UP Authors
Congratulations on your accepted publication with Cambridge University Press! UT Libraries (UTL) has an agreement with Cambridge University Press that includes unlimited open access (OA) publishing for our faculty and students. Please note that choosing the OA option does NOT cost you anything and does not cause an incremental increase in the cost of UTL’s agreement with Cambridge.
The process isn’t overly obvious, so we want to provide some brief information about what the steps to OA publication look like.
Complete Author Publishing Agreement
Upon acceptance of your article, you will be sent an email and asked to complete an Author Publishing Agreement. Within this form, you will be able to select your Creative Commons license. When you return the form, that will trigger an email from Rightslink-CCC (usually within 48 hours).
Complete the Rightslink process
If you do not already have an account with Rightslink, you’ll need to create one.
You should see an option to seek funding from your institution for OA publication. Choose that option and continue. That will trigger an email to UTL to approve the request. Again, choosing OA does not cost you or UTL any additional money.
Once the approval is complete, you will receive an email confirmation and your article will enter production.