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Measuring impact with article metrics

The Altmetric data available on Taylor & Francis Online enables you to see the attention your article is getting across traditional and social media outlets, blogs, public policy documents, post-publication peer-review forums, and online reference managers.

Opening up citations

Citations are central elements of academic publishing, helping give knowledge context. Consider how much information is contained within one single citation; it could tell us where an idea has come from, how it links with other research, and the impact...

Research stories: on drama, autism and education

Material Voices: intermediality and autism was published in August 2016 in the journal Research in Drama Education:  The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance and was downloaded more than 600 times within the first month. It was picked up by the...

OA research stories: Rob Kitchin

How can research be highlighted and shared after publication, especially when it is Open Access (OA) and available for anyone to read? In this latest research story, Rob Kitchin tells us about his work on smart cities, and how publishing through...