September 5, 2017 |
Emma Cianchi, Communications Executive
A Taylor & Francis Scholarly Summit
Taylor & Francis will be holding a Scholarly Summit event for journal editors and society representatives based in the US and Canada. The event offers the opportunity to discuss the key issues facing journal editors and learned societies, and network with industry leaders and innovators, fellow editors, early career researchers, learned society representatives, and Taylor & Francis colleagues.
June 20, 2017 |
Lan Murdock, Communications Manager
It was a great learning experience for me to attend the 60th anniversary meeting of the Council of Science Editors(CSE) last month. The theme this year was ‘Setting Sail: Navigating the Future of Science Publishing’, looking at the challenges facing science editors during times of great changes in scientific publishing. The two-day program was packed with interesting sessions from peer review innovation to implementation of data policy and new industry standards.
September 13, 2016 |
Journals Development Coordinator
The latest Editor Resources newsletter
At Taylor & Francis we’re always looking at ways to develop digitally, from redesigning our Taylor & Francis Online journals platform, to using innovative technology such as Figshare and JournalMap to help make research published in your journal more discoverable, and launching TandFChina.com to improve support offered to scholarly communities in China. Our latest Editor Resources newsletter takes you through some of these exciting digital developments.
March 16, 2016 |
Matt Cannon, Publisher (Publisher, Earth and Environmental Science)
Senior Communications Manager (Author Relations)
Biological, Earth and Environmental Science journals trial including ORCiDs as standard in online submissions
We’re trialling including ORCiDs on every submission to some of our biological, earth and environmental science journals. Find out what an ORCiD is, what the benefits are, and why we’re running this trial. Plus, tell us what you think – can it really save time, reduce errors and ensure researchers get credit for all their research activities?
July 2, 2014 |
Peer Review Co-ordinator
The ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) person identifier is a researcher disambiguation system which is currently gathering significant momentum. Discover why this system was created and the benefits it presents.