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At Cambridge, we are proud to continue our support for open access publishing in 2023. Open access is an integral part of our mission as an academic publisher and we are working to grow open access content across all of our publishing programmes. In 2022, 50% of research article output was published as open access and we now partner with over 2,700 institutions worldwide in transformative agreements.
At 111. BiblioCon 2023, we are excited to share our new ebooks offer, Cambridge ebooks Complete, with you. We also have details about the new Cambridge Open Equity Initiative, our two new series' launches – Cambridge Prisms and Research Directions – and an updated infographic, highlighting the impact of our EBAs in Germany! You can find us at stand G2.