Articles tagged with: Research

November 8, 2017 | Victoria Farrimond Journals Development Coordinator

Getting your research into parliament

A how-to guide from Taylor & Francis


Our colleagues over at our Author Services site have put together a useful visual guide (right) to demonstrate the paths you and your authors could take to get research into parliament, along with an accompanying post to highlight the benefits that could have for researchers and the public.
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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.…

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March 9, 2017 | Alice James, Content Executive

Top 10 Open Access articles of 2016: the editor perspective


We recently revealed the top 10 most read Open Access articles published in 2016 across Taylor & Francis and Routledge journals. In this post we hear from some of the editors of the journals that made the list on why they think this research resonated so widely, the importance of Open Access research, and the implications for their journals.…

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November 3, 2015 | Tamara Bowler Peer Review Coordinator

Understanding conflicts of interest


As a journal editor, you probably will have come across several conflicts of interest; usually these are of minor concern and easily resolved if treated with the proper attention and transparency. However, occasionally they can get complicated and raise serious concerns. What are the true implications of a declared conflict of interest? And how does this affect the article or your journal? Find out in this post.
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October 27, 2015 | Elaine Devine Communications Manager, Taylor & Francis

Taking peer review’s pulse: read ‘Peer review in 2015: a global view’

The view from journal authors, reviewers and editors on peer review


What do journal authors, reviewers and editors think of the system still very much at the heart of scholarly communication? Read one of the largest research studies into peer review in recent years, as we launch ‘Peer review in 2015: a global view’.
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September 22, 2015 | Elaine Devine, Communications Manager (Author Relations)

Author Services: new look, new support for every researcher

Why we’re relaunching our online support for authors


We’ve spent time listening to researchers at all stages of their careers, from those taking their first steps following the completion of their Ph.D., to those with many years’ experience of academia, and across all disciplines. We’ve taken that feedback and turned it into a new-look Author Services, offering support for authors at every stage of the publishing process. Find out how it can benefit your work as a journal editor.
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March 19, 2015 | Dr William Riggs Assistant Professor, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, California (@billyriggs)

Perspectives on open access: an early-career researcher’s view

The opportunities and challenges of publishing OA


What are the opportunities and challenges that publishing open access (OA) presents for early-career researchers? Dr. William Riggs is an Assistant Professor at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, in California and was one of the recent winners of the Taylor & Francis Gold Friday competition, winning an article publishing charge waiver. Here he offers his perspective on publishing his work OA, in the first of this occasional series.
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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.
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February 13, 2014 | Elaine Devine, Communications Manager (Author Relations)

Discoverable supplemental content


Supplemental content on Taylor & Francis Online is now presented in a new format, making it more engaging and discoverable, as well as easier to track usage and to cite. Using technology provided by Figshare, this innovative service benefits researchers, users, and editors.
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