Articles tagged with: Researchers

May 4, 2016 | Elaine Devine Senior Communications Manager (Author Relations)

Supporting researchers in China and beyond with the launch of TandFChina.com


Taylor & Francis’ new online hub for scholars based in China and for Chinese researchers anywhere in the world has launched this week. Find out how this website, with support and guidance in Mandarin, can help you in your work as an editor, and what the reaction was when we debuted it at recent editor roundtable events in Hong Kong and Beijing.
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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.
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October 15, 2014 | Graham Hobbs, Journals Editorial Director

What do researchers want to know before they submit their paper?

Insights from a “How to get published” workshop


Perplexed about peer review? Stumped by social media? Find out what early-career researchers want to know before they submit their research to an academic journal or book. Journals Editorial Director, Graham Hobbs, reveals the common questions asked in a “How to get published” workshop.
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October 13, 2014 | Jenny Ellis Communications Officer

Getting to grips with open access

Analyzing U.K. and U.S. open-access policies


Open access is a global phenomenon, but what does it mean in practice at national level? As part of the 2014 Open Access Survey, we asked researchers what they understand and think about open-access policies in their respective countries. Read on to discover U.K.- and U.S.- based researcher views on Research Councils UK (RCUK) open-access policy, and U.S. public-access policy under the Consolidated Appropriations Act.
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