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Electronic Publishing

Taylor & Francis produces a range of innovative multimedia titles to complement our portfolio of world class books and journals. A small sample of our range of electronic products is listed here - from our online journals service with over 700 online titles to abstract databases of international research in key areas through to new ground breaking products such as our Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy - the biggest philosophy project undertaken for 30 years, language learning CDs and teaching resources.

eBooks

Taylor & Francis has made thousands of titles available as eBooks. Customers may subscribe to any title for periods ranging from a day up to 6 months, or may choose to purchase only the chapters or even pages that are most relevant to them. Furthermore, online subscriptions to packages of books are now available for your library or institution. Visit the eBookstore to learn more.

Online Journals

  • preview
  • Contents Alerts
  • Psychology Online
  • Online Research Databases

Electronic Reference Works

  • Digitising National Archives - CD-ROMs
  • Encyclopedias
  • Interactive CD-ROMs
  • Indexes
  • Language Courses

Online Journals Publishing Programme

In 2002, we will publish over 750 of our journals online, with the articles available in PDF format, and free searching for all users. The complete articles are available free with institutional subscriptions (and in some cases to personal and society subscribers too) and via a document delivery charge for all other users. In addition to the PDF, the contents pages and abstracts are available in html. We are working with a number of libraries to enable them to link directly to the online contents pages (and through to the final article) from their own intranets - if this is of interest to you, please email Beverley Acreman for details. We have used active reference linking technology to enable our customers to move between our online journals and other resources, such as secondary databases wherever possible.

For details of our online journals publishing programme, with instructions for signing up, please visit http://www.tandf.co.uk/online.html

preview

prEview is an online first publication service for authors and readers, freely accessible by subscribers of our journals, offering readers immediate access to key research findings, without the delays sometimes inherent in print publication.

Please visit the prEview page for further information.

Psychology Online

Psychology Online is available to institutional subscribers to Psychology Press titles and allows subscribers greater access to titles for which they may not hold a subscription - for further details, please visit the Psychology Press Home Page

Free Contents Alerting for all Journals

Taylor & Francis and Psychology Press have created two brand new alerting services called SARA (Scholarly Articles Research Alerts) and OPAL (Online Psychology Alerts) - signing up is free and you can register for one title or a cluster of titles and the email you receive when each issue is about to be published will include links to the online content where available.

Online Research Databases

Educational Research Abstracts Online

Education Research Abstracts Online

Studies on Women & Gender Abstracts

Studies on Women & Gender Abstracts

Addiction Abstracts Online

Addiction

Ergonomics Abstracts Online

Ergonomics

Electronic Reference Works

The Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy is the most ambitious international philosophy project for a generation. It is the first multi-volume encyclopedia to be published in the field for thirty years and has taken 8 years to develop. The Encyclopedia is available in both print and electronic format.

Key features of the CD-ROM version include:

  • the facility to create, execute, refine and save complex searches at speed
  • an electronic index giving direct access to articles
  • straightforward menu-driven search options suitable for all levels of user, plus SGML level searching for more experienced users
  • hotlinking of over 25,000 cross-references in the text directing users to related sections in the Encyclopedia
  • supplementary resources such as an extensive Glossary of Logical Terms

Digitising National Archives - CD-ROMs

Asia: Official British Documents 1945-1965 is the result of extensive collaboration with the Public Record Office in the UK, and includes some 40,000 pages of correspondence, minutes and political analysis - many of which have never been microfilmed. We have created image files of the items together with searchable abstracts of their content.

Indexes

To create the Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals 1824-1900 we have covered articles published in Victorian journals covering literature, religion, politics, social science, political economy, women's writing, archaeology, science and the arts and the Index has become a unique record of contemporary thought and opinion which no other publication can offer. The entire index is published on CD-ROM.

Interactive CD-ROMs

Glacial Analysis is an innovative, interactive teaching and learning CD-ROM. Special features include:

  • a series of videos illustrating contrasted glaciated environments
  • Full colour illustrations, animation, links to further resources on the internet and full hypertext presentation
  • Two navigation pathways - a student learning pathway which builds knowledge progressively, and a free access pathway for revision and self guided study
  • An extensive, hyperlinked glossary of terms

Language Courses

Ideal for beginners in the language, or those with a basic knowledge, the Colloquial CD-ROMs provide everything you need to learn the language quickly and effectively. These stimulating and easy-to-use multimedia courses offer

  • interactive lessons complete with scoring and answers
  • up to 4 hours of audio material from native speakers
  • comprehensive user guide and on-screen help
  • Chinese, French, German, Portuguese and Spanish versions available
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