Articles tagged with: Cogent OA

June 15, 2017 | Victoria Gardner, Head of Researcher Services Development & Siobhán Aldridge, Submission Systems Analysis Manager

Introducing a new and easier way to submit articles – the Research Portal

We are pleased to introduce a modern, easy to use, online submission experience for authors. The ‘Research Portal’ offers a submission process that has been developed with the researcher need and experience at the heart of every design and functionality decision.…

August 4, 2015 | Zita Balogh Head of Marketing Cogent OA

Cogent OA is bringing open access to all disciplines

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.
December 1, 2014 | Laird Barrett Senior eProduct Manager

Recent and forthcoming open access platform developments

Cogent OA and discovering open-access articles more easily on Taylor & Francis Online

One of our biggest and most exciting online platform developments this year was the launch of a website for Cogent OA, a new, open-access journals publisher that is part of the Taylor & Francis Group. Meanwhile, on Taylor & Francis Online, the platform for all Taylor & Francis journals content, we’ve embarked on a plan to make open-access articles more easily discoverable for readers.
August 14, 2014 | Lucy Allen Marketing Executive

Cogent OA promotes accessibility

Cogent OA, a new open-access publisher of peer-reviewed scholarly research, announced at the COASP Asia Conference in Bangkok, Thailand, that all published article PDFs will use the FS Me font, the first typeface specifically designed to support readers with a learning disability.
July 28, 2014 | Zita Balogh Senior Marketing Manager

Introducing Cogent OA

Cogent OA is a new fully open-access (OA) imprint launched by Taylor & Francis Group to spearhead advances in OA publishing across all fields of scientific and scholarly research.