Whilst there are many different definitions of OA, Taylor & Francis authors can choose to publish either “gold” or “green” OA in our journals.
Choosing a journal
Choosing the right journal for your research can seem daunting, but it doesn’t need to be. Once you have a shortlist, refine it by asking the right questions.
Save yourself valuable time: once you think you’ve found the right journal for your article, make sure it’s for you by reading the Aims & Scope. As you come closer to choosing your journal, look at the journal’s Instructions for Authors.
“Metrics” – how might they affect where you choose to publish your research?
As part of our commitment to support open access publishing in emerging countries, we have an agreement with EIFL (Electronic Information for Libraries) which enables researchers to publish OA in over 80 journals with a partially, or even fully, discounted APC. This discount or waiver applies to full OA journals ranging across disciplines, including the sciences,… Read more »
Below you can find a list of major funder mandates and policies around open access (OA), with a brief summary of key points for each one. These policies cover gold (publishing your work) and / or green (the archiving of your work) OA.