Focus on early career researchers

We’re looking at essential topics for early career researchers this month, exploring how to ‘publish and thrive’, digital research practices, top tips on getting published, and what role training and support can play in peer review.


Examining digital research practices: what's the real user experience?

During 2016, Taylor & Francis and ‪‎Loughborough University‬ are collaborating on a research project on information seeking in the digital world, examining how PhD researchers find and collate online research over an eight month period. Discover more about the aims of the project, and how you can keep up with the findings.


Public access in the US: Taylor & Francis joins CHORUS

CHORUS is an initiative to support public access to research in the US, which Taylor & Francis is now a member of. If you are publishing research funded by one of the US research agencies participating in CHORUS, you will now comply with relevant public access mandates without needing to go to any additional effort. Find out more about CHORUS on our Editor Resources website.

Journals regularly ‘call for papers’, asking for submissions within particular fields or focused on specific topics. Answering these is a great way to get published, ensuring your research fits a particular journal’s aims and scope. Below are just a few of our latest calls for papers. For a complete list go to our page, updated every month.

Showcasing our newest and most downloaded open access articles

Medium classroomOver the last year, our open access journals have published innovative research across many different disciplines. Read on to learn what new research has been most read in our Open and Open Select journals in the last year…


Using social media for knowledge mobilization

Ashley CaseyFor one researcher “I follow you on Twitter” is becoming an increasingly heard phrase at academic conferences. Read why (and how) he uses social media, and why he sees someone saying this phrase to him as not just an introduction but as an indication that his work is well known to others…


What are your digital research practices?

Charlotte JaisThe launch of a new collaborative project on digital research practices promises to offer a bird’s eye view of how researchers find and refine information online. In the first PhD profile from the project find out about the researchers taking part, and what they’re hoping to learn from the project…