Articles tagged with: Discoverability

June 1, 2017 | Emma Cianchi, Communications Executive & Daniel Pullin, Content Coordinator

Taylor & Francis Online: making your journal more discoverable

If you’ve visited Taylor & Francis Online recently, you may have noticed a few changes. Since the relaunch of our journal platform last year with a refreshed, responsive feel, our digital team has been working hard to make sure research discoverability stays at the forefront of the online experience.…

July 28, 2015 | Louise Phillips Marketing Executive

Using Search Engine Optimization techniques to increase discoverability of research

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.
April 7, 2015 | Elaine Devine, Communications Manager (Author Relations) & Marc Gillett Head of Production Management

Evolving the Taylor & Francis journal article with ‘Interact’

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’.
December 19, 2014 | Robinson Raju Publishing Editor, Journals, Taylor & Francis India

“The author – impact, engagement and social media”

The Journals Editorial Roundtables in India

Taylor & Francis organized The Journals Editorial Roundtables in New Delhi (10 November) and Kolkata (14 November). The chosen theme this year was “The author – impact, engagement and social media.” Robinson Raju, Publishing Editor, reports on the events.
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.
October 2, 2014 | Jessica Feinstein, Head of Quality Management

Accepted Manuscripts Online: an overview

Taylor & Francis offers a rapid publication option called Accepted Manuscripts Online (AMO) that enables authors to see their peer-reviewed, accepted manuscripts on the Taylor & Francis website before they have been copy-edited. These articles are available in PDF format only. This option allows new knowledge to be made available to readers in the shortest possible time.
August 4, 2014 | Rebecca Bryson, Publishing Editor

COPE Asia-Pacific Seminar

Publication Ethics: From Student to Professional

COPE held its third Asia-Pacific Seminar in Melbourne on June 23, 2014 on the theme “Publication ethics from student to professional,” encompassing the issues faced at different research career points.
March 24, 2014 | Kate Nuttall Publisher @k8nuttall

The role of #Twinterviews

Learning from the social media successes of the Journal of Sports Sciences (JSS)

We find out how one journal which has embraced the potential of the microblogging site Twitter has gained over 5,000 followers in less than nine months; we learn what a “twinterview” is; and we interview the JSS Social Media Editor who gives us his top tips for running a successful Twitter account.
February 13, 2014 | Laird Barrett eProduct Manager

Hyperlinked author names

We’ve created a series of short videos to familiarize you with some of the helpful features on Taylor & Francis Online. This is a short introduction to hyperlinked author names on the platform.
December 20, 2013 | Julie Sutton, Senior eProduct Manager

Improved search functionality

We have introduced autocomplete functionality to the standard search on Taylor & Francis Online so that when users begin typing they are presented with a list of matching journal titles.
November 22, 2013 | Catriona Hauer Global Marketing and Customer Services Director

Marketing and metrics for maximum impact

Catriona Hauer from the Taylor & Francis Marketing team discusses maximizing the impact of individual articles, whilst also “thinking big.”
November 5, 2013 | David Burgoyne, Senior eProduct Manager

You can COUNTER4 on us!

Usage data for our customers COUNTER4 comes into force on December 31, 2013, and Taylor & Francis will be upgrading Taylor & Francis Online...
October 21, 2013 | Dr David Green, Global Journals Publishing Director

Zen and the art of journal publishing

Dr David Green considers change in academic journal publishing, and whether Heraclitus of Ephesus should be considered the Publisher's philosopher.
September 19, 2013 | Dr David Green, Global Journals Publishing Director

Editor Workshops in the UK

October 2013 Following the very successful Society Workshops earlier in the year in London and Washington, DC, on the ‘Seismic Shifts’ in journal publishing, in October 2013...