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Taylor & Francis Libraries

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Meet multi-departmental needs and manage your journals budget in a cost effective way.

The Taylor & Francis Libraries provide extensive content from Taylor & Francis Journals, across 23 key subject disciplines.

In total these libraries provide access to over 2,400 Taylor & Francis Journals with a 20-year rolling backfile via our user-friendly platform, Taylor & Francis Online.


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Archive Benefits

Benefits for Librarians

  • Keep users up-to-date with cutting-edge research in their field of interest
  • Reduce pressure on storage space
  • Provide access in a cost-effective way
  • Access content with your choice of authentication: IP and Proxy Server
  • Download usage statistics

Benefits for Researchers

  • 24/7 online access
  • Focus on subject specific journals relevant to your research
  • Read articles in your preferred format: PDF or HTML
  • Set-up RSS feeds and email alerts in areas of interest
  • Conduct simple, advanced or citation searches and save your searches
  • Download citations in a variety of formats
  • Add your favourite resources to a marked list
  • Link to related articles
  • Follow references using CrossRef's active linking

Collection Benefits

Benefits for Librarians

  • Keep users up-to-date with cutting-edge research in their field of interest
  • Reduce pressure on storage space
  • Provide access in a cost-effective way
  • Access content with your choice of authentication: IP and Proxy Server
  • Download usage statistics

Benefits for Researchers

  • 24/7 online access
  • Focus on subject specific journals relevant to your research
  • Read articles in your preferred format: PDF or HTML
  • Set-up RSS feeds and email alerts in areas of interest
  • Conduct simple, advanced or citation searches and save your searches
  • Download citations in a variety of formats
  • Add your favourite resources to a marked list
  • Link to related articles
  • Follow references using CrossRef's active linking

Meet the Libraries

Available for subscription as three stand-alone libraries including:

When subscribing to a library, users will also benefit from journals included in the Taylor & Francis New Launch Free Trial for that specific library.

For Librarians: Manage your Subscriptions Easily

  • Upload your library's logo - maintain your university's identity across all downloaded articles
  • Create marked lists - build and share online resources with students
  • Retrieve usage statistics - receive notification of new reports by email
  • Provide quick and convenient online access to users across your network via IP address, proxy server, Athens and Shibboleth authentication
  • Integrate Taylor & Francis Online with your library catalogue - register your link resolver
  • Reduce pressure on storage space
  • Manage your subscriptions - monitor your collection at a glance by choosing to view the subscriptions you manage
  • Keep your library systems up-to-date - download your subscription lists with open URLs and access start and end dates

For Researchers: Maximise your Research

  • Search by key-word, author, DOI, article title, journal title and much more
  • Share links via social media on over 200 platforms
  • Download articles in PDF or HTML format
  • Download Citations and import by citation management software including EndNote, ProCite, RefWorks and Reference Manager
  • The ‘Google Translate’ button is another key feature of the site, enabling you to explore articles in your chosen language
  • People Also Read feature is available on the right hand side of the article page, and it allows you to find popular articles that your peers are already reading that may be of interest to you
  • Altmetrics data is viewable on individual article pages, simply by clicking on ‘Metrics’ and see how people are engaging with research articles through mentions in newspapers, magazines, blogs, social media, policy documents, and post-publication peer review sites
  • Access knowledge on the move. Taylor & Francis Online is now fully responsive across all pages on the site. This means that content flows intelligently into any tablet or mobile device, menus and actions are appropriate for each screen size, and the reading experience is delightful and familiar