In these extraordinary times, we want to support both the drive for research into COVID-19 and all our partners across the world as they face disruption in both their professional and personal lives. As scholarly publishers, the work we do in partnership with editors, scholarly societies and librarians to curate, make discoverable and rapidly disseminate research means we have a critical role to play in the current emergency.
We have launched a resource centre to bring together COVID-19 journal and book resources. This is being updated daily, based on keyword scans of journal papers in production to ensure that we are making all COVID-19 research free to access at the point of publication.
Working from home and remote teaching remains a constant in many lives and will continue to be so. Taylor & Francis wish to remind you that our staff is on hand to help if users are experiencing any difficulties with remote access, and we will ensure that guidance on how to do this remains updated.
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Content with impact
Researchers from institutions in Germany have seen their publications in Taylor & Francis journals cited worldwide, mentioned on social media, inform public policy and generate news coverage. Providing your library users with access to this content can help increase the impact of their research and lead to vital world-changing discoveries.
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Taylor & Francis have digitized over 200 years of academic research contained within our journals to make access to this vital research as easy as reading today's articles. These historic discoveries are still impacting modern research, with content in our archives having over 1.3 million citations in the last 5 years!
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Primary Source Collections
Routledge, Taylor & Francis’ suite of digital Primary Source Collections covers a range of subjects and themes with over 5.9 million pages of primary source content to help empower research, teaching, and learning. With South Asia Archive, Secret Files from World Wars to Cold War, Cold War Eastern Europe, and War, State and Society, there’s something for everyone.
You can now take advantage of the newly developed teaching aids and support services, which are available to users during free trials and after purchase. Bring history to life by watching our mini-series A Living Archive. These short stories are based on true events that are documented in our War, State and Society and Cold War Eastern Europe collections. Lastly, be sure to look for the launch of the final module of Cold War Eastern Europe this year. As always, you may request a free 30-day trial of these collections for your institution at any time.
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Open Access options
Do you want to provide your researchers with open access publishing support and comply with funder and institutional mandates? Our open access team can work with you to develop a solution which meets your needs, including memberships, Research Dashboard access and F1000 Research institutional gateways.
Our Research Dashboard provides you with insight of articles published by your authors. With greater visibility of your institution’s research output and article metadata, it can be used to support both green and gold open access. When used as part of an open access membership it helps you manage your open access funds.
Taylor & Francis eBooks
Taylor & Francis eBooks (https://www.taylorfrancis.com/) is an online digital platform that offers a comprehensive collection of eBooks written by a world-renowned and award-winning network of editors and authors. It is a single destination for eBooks with increased functionality and an improved user experience to meet the needs of our customers.
Library users can access millions of pages of rich content from a full range of academic disciplines – from Archaeology to Veterinary Medicine.
Taylor & Francis eBooks also includes ready built eBook collections (https://www.taylorfrancis.com/collections) on a variety of subjects including Artificial Intelligence, English Language Learning and Social Psychology. Also available are our netBASES which are collections based around STEM subjects, such as: ENGnetBASE, FOODnetBASE, FORENSICnetBASE and STMnetBASE.
General Academic Collections
Created by EBSCO librarians, these six eCollections are suitable for smaller academic libraries and consist entirely of general academic content titles appropriate for undergraduate level courses. The collections are based around the following subjects:
- Business & Social Science
- Fine Arts & Music
- Performing Arts & Media Studies
- Philosophy, Psychology & Religion
- Science & Technology
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- More than 10.000 book chapter and over 1.000 journal articles covering all 17 of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
- Teaching & Learning material created by some of our expert authors, including case studies, lesson plans, reading lists, video and audio.
- Browse by goals, or content type. Content is available as PDFs or HTML and rendered in your browser.
- At least 2.000 new pieces of content to be added year on year.
Discover our diverse portfolio of online platforms, from performance archives to chemistry databases, historical resources and online encyclopaedias. These resources will open up exciting research opportunities for students and scholars alike – redefining the online library. And with new titles added regularly, your collection can grow under one subscription.
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