CERP is free to access

Recently, we have found out through the Twittersphere, that there may be some confusion about what ‘free to access’ means in relation to access to CERP.

Unlike many others journals, CERP is free to access – at the RSC we believe that support for best practice in chemistry education should be available to all. This does not mean that CERP is free to produce or that its submissions are any lower in quality than those in in subscription journals. Quite the contrary, CERP is a peer-reviewed journal, published to the highest standards and this work is sponsored by the RSC Education Division Council.

We ask you to create an account and login to read and download full articles or comment on a blog post. This is completely free. When you create an account, you help us collect vital information about you, our audience, so that we understand your needs as readers and provide you with the best possible service.

If you have any queries, please feel free to contact me.

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