Articles tagged with: Change

October 27, 2015 | Ellie Gilroy Managing Editor

Mind the gap! Editor transition planning – tips for editors

A great editor is fundamental to a journal’s health and success. However, every great editor has to eventually make way for their successor. The transition period between editors can be a complex process, involving contracts, systems, mentoring and above all, careful timing.…

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’.
September 8, 2014 | Raymond Tellis, Open Access Publishing Editor & Vicky Gardner Open Access Publisher

An overview of HEFCE’s new OA policy

Guidance for editors

A short summary of key points around the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) OA policy for the “post-2014” REF. This post covers points relevant to editors and society partners and includes example timelines for reference.
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 31, 2013 | Michelle Phillips, Publisher

Seismic shift

Metrics, media, marketing and the changing world of journals

In this changing world of journal publishing, issues of discoverability, accessibility, and effective impact are becoming more important to both editors and authors. We recently held two Editor Workshops in Oxford and York chaired by Dr David Green, Global Publishing Director of Taylor & Francis Group, to explore the topics of metrics, media, and marketing directly with Taylor & Francis editors.
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.