Continuing our occasional series on perspectives on open-access publishing, we invited Claire Redhead from OASPA (Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association) to answer some questions on the organization's role, why standards are so important to researchers, editors, and everyone involved in OA, and the role that OASPA play in this. Find out what she said.Read more...
April 15, 2015 |
Raymond Tellis ,
Open Access Publishing Editor
Taylor & Francis, open access, and the Research Excellence Framework
Along with the results of the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, HEFCE released a list of articles that were submitted for assessment. Find out more about the articles from Taylor & Francis that were submitted, and how to comply with the open-access requirement in the post-2014 REF.Read more...
April 14, 2015 |
Co-Editor of Australian Feminist Studies &
Co-Editor of Australian Feminist Studies
Securing the future of your journal
Can launching a mentoring scheme for new writers help us to connect with emerging scholars who may not yet know the journal and generate some innovative and exciting contributions from early-career academics?Read more...
April 7, 2015 |
Elaine Devine, Communications Manager (Author Relations) &
Head of Production Management
We have been working with journal editors, authors, and librarians over the last six months, listening to your feedback on what you would like us to include in the journal article. With PDF being the format preferred by the majority of people on Taylor & Francis Online, we wanted to explore with all our partners how its reading experience could be improved. We took on board the feedback, combined it with some of the leading innovations in scholarly publishing, and created ‘Interact’.Read more...
April 1, 2015 |
Understanding the peer-review process is a vital step for early-career researchers. In May, Taylor & Francis will once again be supporting Sense about Science’s free, half-day workshop: “Peer review: the nuts and bolts.”Read more...