Find out more about our Open Access options

Twitter feed

Follow us on Twitter:

Foreign language pages

What's New

Peer review under the spotlight

Putting peer review under the spotlight: read our latest white paper

What do today's researchers think is the purpose of peer review, and how is reality matching up to expectation? How prevalent are ethical issues in peer review? How comfortable (or not) are researchers with different peer review models? We asked the global research community all this and more in Peer review in 2015: a global view, our latest white paper.

Available now to read, Peer review in 2015: a global view gathers opinions from those who author research articles, those who review them, and the journal editors who oversee the process, and is one of the largest research studies into peer review in recent years. Read the white paper now and explore the data on our Author Services website.

New librarians page for the Middle East

Are you a librarian in the Middle East? Visit our new page!

We're pleased to share our brand new librarians' page dedicated to the Middle Eastern region.

Visit today to:

  • Watch our new video highlighting library trends in the Middle East and showcasing how we support the library community in the region
  • Read our write-up of our attendance at the 2015 Special Libraries Association, Arabian Gulf Chapter
  • Share a wealth of content from Middle Eastern researchers with your end users, free to view until the end of 2015

Discover how Taylor & Francis supports the library community in the Middle East. Check back to the page regularly for the latest Taylor & Francis regional news.

Getting Published in the Digital Age

Getting Published in the Digital Age

Taylor & Francis, in collaboration with the Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDI), organized a knowledge-sharing session on Getting Published in the Digital Age on 24 September 2015.

The session was opened by Mr B. Ganapathy, Librarian of EDI, who briefly introduced the contents of the session and the speakers - Gerald Dorey, Associate Editorial Director, Journals, and Anindita Pandey, Regional Publishing Manager, Journals - South Asia. It saw an enthusiastic participation from over 30 faculty members and research scholars.

Vicky Gardner

The new norm: thoughts on the world, post-OA

Vicky Gardner, Open Access Publisher at Taylor & Francis, discusses the global open access landscape and the future of scholarly communication.

Since 2012 open access (OA) has been in overdrive. The UK catalysed developments with the commissioning and publication of the so-called 'Finch' report on publication and accessibility of research.

It has now arguably passed the baton on to the Netherlands, the first nation to clearly articulate its vision, by 2024, of publishing all of its research outputs on a Gold OA basis.

The rest of the world is engaging with OA in some form or other, though policies predominantly focus on Green OA (archiving articles in repositories following their publication in subscription journals). Nonetheless there is a clear direction of travel, and the future looks set to be Open.

What next then, for scholarly communication? Read the full article via Research Information.

View all latest news and press releases