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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 27, 2014 | Dmitri Khodjakov, Supervisor Electronic Editorial Systems US

    Discussions from the CrossCheck Panel at the COPE North American Seminar 2014

    Dmitri Khodjakov, Supervisor of the Taylor & Francis U.S. Peer Review Systems team, was invited to present at the COPE North America Seminar on August 13, 2014 as part of a panel on plagiarism-checking software. He reports on the discussion.
  • October 27, 2014 | Elaine Devine, Communications Manager (Author Relations)

    How do I want my work to be used? Talking licenses this Open Access Week

    The latest analysis from the 2014 Open Access Survey

    Read the latest update from this year’s Open Access Survey, exploring researchers’ preferences on licenses analysed by age, gender, region, career stage, and discipline. Are traditional or more restrictive licenses still the most preferred? Are scientists happy with more liberal options? What about those in the humanities or social sciences? Our Open Access Survey reveals all.
  • 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.”