Open Press TiU is the academic Open Access publishing house for Tilburg University and beyond. As part of the Open Science Action Plan of Tilburg University, Open Press TiU aims to accelerate Open Access in scholarly book publishing.
The Open Press TiU produces quality academic Open Access books for affordable book processing charges (or BPC’s). In accordance with the specific nature of a book (whether a monograph, a textbook, PhD thesis, a critical text edition or an essay), a matching editorial assessment will take place. We propagate initial peer review, but only to strengthen the text, not to block off publications for dubious reasons. We believe academic output should be out there as soon as possible. True quality can only be assigned in an open and democratic discussion among researchers, students and other readers.
OPEN ACCESS POLICY
The digital version of a book by Open Press TiU will be made available openly and freely findable on online repositories such as Google Scholar.
Additionally, a printed version can be bought online. Open Press TiU distributes the book widely among university libraries, academic communities, media and other retailers.
Our licensed books and journals are under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license.
You are free to use the work, but you have to attribute (refer to) the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work).
Open Press TiU is an alliance between the Library of Tilburg University and the academic publisher Wolf Publishers. The editorial team consists of managing editor Daan Rutten (Open Science Coordinator Tilburg University / Library Tilburg University) and senior publisher Willem-Jan van der Wolf (Wolf Publishers). The Open Press TiU has an editorial advisory board.
COPYRIGHTS AND PUBLISHING RIGHTS
Open Press TiU publishes Open Access and allows the author(s) to hold the copyright without restrictions.
Open Press TiU grants you the right to publish the metadata of the series, it's issues and articles under the terms of the Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0).