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>New open access offset agreement for Austria announced

New open access offset agreement for Austria announced

The Austrian Science Fund (FWF), the Austrian Academic Consortium (Kooperation E-Medien Österreich, KEMÖ), and Taylor & Francis Group have announced a two year pilot which will offset article publishing charges paid by the Austrian Science Fund against subscription costs for KEMÖ members.

This offset amount will be used by the Austrian Academic Consortium members to reduce the costs of their new or existing subscriptions. In so doing, the agreement allows Taylor & Francis Group to fully acknowledge the funding provided by FWF for researchers to publish on an open access basis in the hybrid journals that make up Taylor & Francis Group's Open Select program.

Ian Jones, Journals Sales Director for the UK, Europe, Middle East and Africa at Taylor & Francis Group, said,

"Our agreement with The Austrian Science Fund and the Austrian Academic Consortium enables us to continue our policy of developing effective open access publishing models for all concerned, publisher, institution and funder.

We've welcomed the opportunity to discuss and develop this agreement with our Austrian colleagues, and look forward to ensuring it works effectively for all throughout this pilot phase."

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Discover our exciting updates to Taylor & Francis Online

Discover our exciting updates to Taylor & Francis Online

Explore open access articles with the new navigation tab

You can now easily discover every open access article published in a hybrid subscription and open access journal, as part of the Taylor & Francis Open Select publishing program.

Open Select articles are no longer just in the table of contents, but can be found via the navigation tab in the left hand bar of any subscription journal that has open access articles published in it. Just look for 'Open access articles', click on the tab, and it will take you to all the open access articles within that journal.

What are you waiting for? Discover the open access articles in your favorite journals today:

Trust what you’re reading with CrossMark on Taylor & Francis Online

After extensive trialling, Taylor & Francis has rolled out CrossMark, a verifying tool from CrossRef, across Taylor & Francis Online. Simply click on the CrossMark icon to find out if what you’re reading is the most current version of record. And if it's not, there will be a link to the most current version that you can follow. CrossMark is now available on all journal content published from January 1st, 2014.

CrossMark also includes FundRef, another CrossRef initiative to standardize funding information. You’ll be able to see if research has been funded and by whom. All articles on Taylor & Francis Online with associated funding information will be recorded clearly and consistently and displayed on the CrossMark.

See our Press Release for more information.

Highlight and annotate research online with colwiz iPDF

Reading a research article is far from a passive experience. Researchers mark sections of text and write critical comments to themselves on printed copies, which can be lost, and not easily shared. Following the latest Taylor & Francis Online site release, you can now annotate PDF documents as you read them with the colwiz Interactive PDF Reader* (iPDF).

Using a series of interactive tools, you can highlight text, write notes, and draw directly on articles — just as with a printed copy. There are two new buttons on Taylor & Francis Online to enable the features of colwiz: "View & annotate PDF" and "Add to colwiz Library". By saving your annotated iPDF in your personal colwiz library, you will not have to worry about where you placed your notes again.

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