T&F Pricing Options 2009
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Bibliographic Changes 2009
Information on new starts, acquisitions, frequency and name changes and title cessations for 2009
The current Taylor & Francis Group Online Journal Archive will be extended in 2009 as five more Archives are digitised.
Taylor & Francis gains respected FSC Chain-of-Custody
Taylor & Francis gains the Chain-of-Custody accreditation by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).
Taylor & Francis Achieves Impressive Growth in the Annual Journal Citation Reports®
Taylor & Francis, Routledge and Psychology Press have increased the number of journals listed in Thomson Reuters 2007 Citation Reports®.
Taylor & Francis becomes Knowledge Works Certified
Informaworld is welcomed to the Knowledge Works Certification programme as Taylor & Francis works with Serials Solutions.
The T&F Geography, Planning, Urban & Environment Archive is offered to UK libraries in a National Licence supported by JISC.
Collection Management - Call for Papers
Journal of Library Metadata Call for Papers
Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship (Formerly The Acquisitions Librarian) - Call for Papers
College and Undergraduate Libraries - Call for Papers
NEW! The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics and Culture
Routledge celebrates the new start of this academic journal with a free first issue to read online.
Special Topics of Interest
Impact Factors The Basics- Part 2
We continue our introduction to Impact Factors with a look at how Impact Factors are calculated and used.
CLOCKSS, A Trusted Community-Run Archive, Debuts at ALA
CLOCKSS, a new system to secure archive digital content has been created by a group of scholarly publishers, including T&F, and research libraries.
The Beijing Olympics and Philosophical Magazine How a 19th Century Idea Led to a 21st Century Building
Read how ideas first published in the Philosophical Magazine led to the construction of the Olympic swimming complex in Beijing.
Keep informed! The following articles from New Review of Academic Libarianship and New Review of Hypermedia & Multimedia highlight some of the innovative work currently being carried out in LIS. These articles are available to view free until 31st October 2008:
Developing a Digital Repository for a Humanities Research Network: The Pioneer Project
Toby Burrows, New Review of Academic Librarianship, Volume 13, Issue 1&2, April 2008
In the Kingdon of the Blind: Successfully Implementing Institutional Repositories in the United Kingdom and the Sherpa Partnership Experience
Gareth J. Johnson, New Review of Academic Librarianship, Volume 13, Issue 1&2, April 2008
Seekers, sloths and social reference: Homework questions submitted to a question-answering community
R. Gazan, New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia, Volume 13, Issue 2, January 2007
Special Libraries Association Annual Conference 2008
A review of the SLA conference held in Seattle, Washington, USA in June this year.