The DCAPS Digital Publishing program offers an innovative delivery platform and a broad range of services to support scholarly communications through subscription-based or open access approaches. The unit's publishing specialists will help editors and authors by analyzing their requirements, creating delivery strategies, building appropriate information architectures, and recommending business models that meet the needs of stakeholders and end-users.
Examples of our work include:
- Project Euclid: a partnership of independent publishers of mathematics and statistics journals.
- Indonesia: a semi-annual journal devoted to the timely study of Indonesia's culture, history, government, economy, and society. It features original scholarly articles, interviews, translations, and book reviews. Published since April 1966 by Cornell University's Southeast Asia Program.
- Digital Commons@ILR
- Scholarly Commons @ School of Hotel Administration
- Scholarship@Cornell Law
For more project examples and information about Digital Publishing, please visit our site.
The Library offers resources to support authors throughout the open access lifecycle.
- eCommons, Cornell’s open-access scholarly repository
- Cornell Open Access Publishing (COAP) funds help support author-fees in order to publish in open-access journals
- Open Access resources and information about open-access publishing