Search engines are most people’s first port of call for answering questions. But what about finding academic research? How can you make sure that the research published in your journal is at the top of the results list? Take a look at these SEO techniques that you and your authors can use to help ensure that the research published in your journal is as discoverable and widely read as possible.Read more...
August 24, 2015 |
Ph.D. student, King's College, London
Getting them involved in the discussion
Who’s the next generation of peer reviewers? Read on to find out why you should be encouraging the early-career researchers you work with to attend the latest Sense about Science workshop (and why we’re supporting them).Read more...
August 21, 2015 |
Assistant Director (Academic and User Services), Library, and Honorary Research Fellow, Centre for Information Management, Loughborough University, UK
“When I became a journal editor in 1998, I naively made the assumption that the work was primarily about deciding which papers should be published and in what order.” Graham Walton reflects on eighteen years of hard-won experience as a journal editor and what the role looks like in 2015.Read more...
August 19, 2015 |
Journals Development Coordinator
At Taylor & Francis, we aim for every author to have a positive experience of publishing with us, from the moment they submit their paper, through peer review, production, and into post-publication and marketing. But how do we check this? One of the ways is via our author survey, sent out to all authors as soon as their article has been published on Taylor & Francis Online. One area that regularly stands out in survey results is the role that journal editors play in helping authors as they move from paper to published article. Read some of the recent comments taken from the survey.Read more...
August 4, 2015 |
Head of Marketing Cogent OA
Cogent OA is an open-access publisher that boosts research impact by connecting peer-reviewed academic research across all disciplines. Our Intersections feature highlights relevant articles to audiences in adjacent fields of scientific, medical, and social science research. This makes the article accessible to a much wider audience and helps authors make new collaborations.Read more...