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October 21, 2014 | Elaine Roberts, Marketing Executive

Introducing regional free-access months

Taylor & Francis has launched a new initiative which will offer free access to journal content for all researchers in a number of selected countries. As well as providing a great opportunity for scholars, we hope this will help to strengthen partnerships in key regions and increase awareness of our journal brands.
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  • October 24, 2014 | Elaine Devine, Communications Manager (Author Relations)

    Peer review: supporting Sense about Science in getting early-career researchers involved

    The final Voice of Young Science “Peer review: the nuts and bolts” workshop will be held this November at the University of St. Andrews. If you know an early-career researcher who is perplexed by peer review, you won’t want them to miss this.
  • October 21, 2014 | Claire Doffegnies, Journals Development Coordinator & Lindsay Allen, Publisher, Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology

    “Stay ahead of the curve! – editors, authors, readers.”

    U.S. editors’ round tables

    Journal editors and Taylor & Francis staff gathered in New York ( September 30) and Chicago ( October 2) to discuss the latest developments in journal publishing at the U.S. editor round tables. The chosen theme was “Stay ahead of the curve! – editors, authors, readers.”
  • October 21, 2014 | Anna T. Cianciolo, Editor of Teaching & Learning in Medicine

    What I wish I’d known when I first started editing a journal

    Balancing journal management and leadership

    Join Anna Cianciolo as she breaks down the mechanics of managing a journal to make room for leadership: “For new editors, it is easy to allow a journal’s managerial demands to overwhelm the duties of leadership ... To keep a journal alive, an editor must make every effort to improve process efficiency so that time and mental space are preserved for leadership.”
  • October 16, 2014 | Neil Carr, Editor of the Annals of Leisure Research

    What I wish I’d known when I first started editing a journal

    You need to know the questions you need to ask

    Sometime in 2012 a call for a new editor of the Annals of Leisure Research went out and a nice individual who shall remain anonymous (you know who you are!) suggested I stick my name forward. Well, the rest is history; at the start of 2013, I took up the editorial reins. Do I wish I had had more knowledge when stepping into the breach? Read on to find out.