Articles tagged with: Taylor & Francis Online

November 12, 2018 | Philip Pike, Research Assistant

Last week's top articles

Last week’s top five Taylor & Francis Online articles (recorded by Altmetric)

Find out last week’s top five Taylor & Francis Online articles (recorded by Altmetric).
March 20, 2018 | Claire Doffegnies & Rachel Winfield, Communications Executives

Recognizing reviewers

At Taylor & Francis, we recognize that peer reviewers play an integral role in journal publication. Reviewers invest a huge amount of their time and knowledge in the peer-review process, and as such, we think it’s important to say “thanks.” Read on to find out what we have put in place to show our appreciation …
February 6, 2018 | Victoria Farrimond Journals Development Coordinator

Video abstracts

Engaging readers, driving usage and citations

All authors that publish with Taylor & Francis have the option of creating a video abstract for their article. Video abstracts can help to engage readers and may lead to increased usage and citation. If you know an author who has published with Taylor & Francis Online and might like to create a video abstract, please do share this information with them.
July 26, 2017 | Dr. Uromi Manage Goodale, Editor-in-Chief, 'Journal of Sustainable Forestry'

The story behind the picture

Dr. Uromi Manage Goodale, M.F.S, Ph.D., talks to us about forestry sustainment

Our newly updated Taylor & Francis Online search bar background showcases Dr. Uromi Manage Goodale, M.F.S. (Masters in Forest Science), Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Sustainable Forestry (JSF), teaching students in a woodland area surrounding Guangxi University, Nanning, China, in May. So, what exactly is going on in the photos? How do early career researchers get into forestry sustainment? And looking beyond publishing, what is the largest threat to our ecosystem, and how has forestry sustainment changed over time? Read on for the full story behind the picture.
June 1, 2017 | Emma Cianchi, Communications Executive & Daniel Pullin, Content Coordinator

Taylor & Francis Online: making your journal more discoverable

If you’ve visited Taylor & Francis Online recently, you may have noticed a few changes. Since the relaunch of our journal platform last year with a refreshed, responsive feel, our digital team has been working hard to make sure research discoverability stays at the forefront of the online experience.…

June 1, 2017 | Emma Cianchi, Communications Executive

Authored Works

All published authors with Taylor & Francis have access to the My Authored Works area of our website. This section of Taylor & Francis Online has recently been redesigned to make it an even more useful resource for authors.
March 6, 2017 | Andy Jones, Editor-in-Chief, European Journal of Sport Science

The story behind the picture

Taylor & Francis Andy Jones, researcher at Exeter University. Promotional Imagery

You may have noticed the new photo behind the search bar on Taylor & Francis Online. Our refreshed look shows Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Sport Science, Andy Jones, undertaking research at the University of Exeter’s St Luke’s Campus.

But what exactly is going on in the photos?…

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.
August 9, 2016 | Paul Taylor, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Systematic Palaeontology

The story behind the picture

See the Journal of Systematic Palaeontology in photos on Taylor & Francis Online

This month, you can see Paul Taylor, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Systematic Palaeontology and colleagues appearing on the new Taylor & Francis Online. The image on the home page for August 2016 shows researchers working at the Natural History Museum in London, UK. But what is happening in the pictures? What does a typical working day look like for Paul and his colleagues? What advice would he give to an 18-year old who wanted a career in the field? Read on to discover the story behind the pictures.
March 30, 2016 | Cat Chimes, Head of Marketing, Altmetric

Putting Altmetric data to use: an introduction for journal editors

Assessing the reach of your journal, determining the levels of engagement within your field of research, helping you to shape your content strategy. Did you know these are just some of the many ways you could use the Altmetric data available at just one click on Taylor & Francis Online? Read this guest post from Altmetric for some ideas for how journal editors can put that data to use. And then, get the inside track from other editors, who told us how they’re using the data to benefit their journal.
June 4, 2015 | David Chandler Editor of Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses

Taking journals out of the library: using Altmetric insight and social media to engage new audiences

One editor's view on Altmetric

Altmetric data has now been added to Taylor & Francis Online and Cogent OA, enhancing the article metrics currently available on both journal platforms. Added to all journal articles published since January 2012, Altmetric data will offer users a more complete picture of how people are engaging with research articles from Taylor & Francis Group, whether via traditional or social media, blogs or online reference managers. We spoke to David Chandler, editor of Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses, to find out how he is using these metrics, and what these metrics mean to him as an Editor.
May 28, 2015 | Euan Adie Founder of Altmetric

Enhancing the journal platform with Altmetric

We talked to Euan Adie, founder of Altmetric

We are excited to be partnering with Altmetric to enhance the article metrics currently available on Taylor & Francis Online and Cogent OA. Added to all journal articles published since January 2012, Altmetric data will offer users a more complete picture of how people are engaging with research articles from Taylor & Francis Group, whether via traditional or social media, blogs, or online reference managers. We spoke to Euan Adie, founder of, to find out more about Altmetric and how he thinks the addition of these metrics will improve the user experience for authors, editors, and readers.
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’.
March 9, 2015 | David Burgoyne, Head of Digital Product Management

CrossMark on Taylor & Francis Online

The CrossMark identification service from CrossRef gives researchers the information they need to verify that they are using the most recent and reliable versions of a document. This is a service that Taylor & Francis has rolled out to every one of its journals.
December 1, 2014 | Laird Barrett Senior eProduct Manager

Recent and forthcoming open access platform developments

Cogent OA and discovering open-access articles more easily on Taylor & Francis Online

One of our biggest and most exciting online platform developments this year was the launch of a website for Cogent OA, a new, open-access journals publisher that is part of the Taylor & Francis Group. Meanwhile, on Taylor & Francis Online, the platform for all Taylor & Francis journals content, we’ve embarked on a plan to make open-access articles more easily discoverable for readers.
November 26, 2014 | Charles Whalley Publishing Editor, Biological & Food Science Journals

Enhancing supplemental material with Figshare

Since February 2014, Taylor & Francis has been partnering with Figshare to enhance the display and discoverability of supplemental material. To date more than 3,300 pieces of supplemental material have been deposited in Figshare through Taylor & Francis journals. In order to realize the benefits of Figshare for more authors, we’d like to see this number increase.
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.