Articles tagged with: JournalMap

September 13, 2016 | Claire Doffegnies Journals Development Coordinator

How we’re developing digital

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 to improve support offered to scholarly communities in China. Our latest Editor Resources newsletter takes you through some of these exciting digital developments.
February 29, 2016 | Kathleen McLaughlin, Publishing Editor

Top takeaways from our 2016 Australian Editor Round Tables

Sydney and Melbourne

Australasian journal editors and representatives from partner societies joined us in Sydney on 15 February and Melbourne on 17 February for a day of informative and lively discussion around a range of publishing hot topics. Key themes included: publishing trends, metrics, open access, and new digital developments in the scholarly publishing arena. Read our top takeaways from the events.
September 22, 2014 | Laird Barrett eProduct Manager

Update: JournalMap and geosemantic search

JournalMap is a geosemantic search tool (i.e., it allows you to search and browse for journal articles across an online map). JournalMap have indexed the articles – and continue to index the new articles – for three Taylor & Francis journals. You can browse these journals’ articles on JournalMap and submit your own articles to JournalMap.
December 12, 2013 | Laird Barrett eProduct Manager


Bringing geosemantic search to Taylor & Francis Online

Find out how we've been helping to develop JournalMap, an interactive tool particularly useful for ecologists.