UCL Press is the publisher for University College London. It is the first fully open access university press in the UK, and publishes scholarly monographs, textbooks and journals across a wide range of subjects. This website is UCL Press’s enhanced digital publishing platform, where its open access scholarly publishing is showcased in three different innovative formats: enhanced digital editions, monographs with scholarly functionalities and BOOCs (Books as Open Online Content).
Our enhanced digital editions offer an innovative platform for scholars of manuscripts and museum collections, who need to illustrate, annotate and describe artefacts. Highly illustrated, the platform feature slide shows of images, deep zoom features, audio, video and 3D to bring artefacts, manuscripts and special collections to life. These beautiful digital books can be navigated by theme or chronlogically to suit your needs. Click on any cover to read.
Read UCL Press’s scholarly monographs in an online format which offers a suite of useful tools to help you to work more efficiently: highlight, take notes, search, cite, export and save or share a personalised copy or extract. Click on any cover to read.
These innovative ‘living books’ feature articles of various types, in a non-linear thematic presentation that offers readers the option to select and sort subjects they wish to read. With long and short articles, blogs, videos, audio and Storifys, these ‘books’ grow over a period of time.