Whilst there are many different definitions of OA, Taylor & Francis authors can choose to publish either “gold” or “green” OA in our journals.
Taylor & Francis is committed to bringing research by scholars in emerging nations to the attention of the global academic community. We also want to make the option to publish open access available to as many researchers as possible. To help achieve this we offer waivers and discounts on the Article Publishing Charges (APCs) normally… Read more »
An agreement between the Max Planck Digital Library and Taylor & Francis Group means that researchers based in Max Planck institutes can publish open access in 2,390 journals at no cost to themselves. Under the centrally funded scheme all corresponding authors based at a Max Planck Institute are eligible to have their manuscript published gold OA… Read more »
An agreement between Taylor & Francis and the VSNU (an association of 14 Dutch research organizations) means that researchers in the Netherlands can publish their articles gold open access at no cost to themselves. Once published, these articles will be available for anyone to read, anywhere. Articles with corresponding authors based at a Dutch university… Read more »
Are you a researcher based at a UK higher education institution? If so, from April 1st 2016, the Higher Education Funding Council for England’s (HEFCE) Open Access policy now applies to your work. To ensure your published research is eligible for the next Research Excellence Framework (“REF”) you now need to deposit journal articles in… Read more »
You’ve drafted that paper, are thinking about submitting it to a journal, but would like to know more about publishing Open Access (OA). Where do you start? We receive questions from researchers all around the world on publishing OA; at workshops, at conferences, to our Author Services inbox, and even via social media. So, to help… Read more »