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How to make sure your book is discoverable

The way that readers discover books has changed. Rather than visiting a library or bookshop in person, readers of scholarly books now usually start their searches online. In a guide first published on the LSE Impact Blog, Terry Clague shares his advice, based on years of studying sales and usage data, on how book authors can… Read more »

10 tips for working with journalists

I’ve spent most of my life working as a journalist, and I don’t feel particularly scary. So it came as a surprise to learn just how terrifying an encounter with the media can be for someone who hasn’t done it before. Over the past couple of years I’ve spent a lot of time helping researchers… Read more »

How to be an effective reviewer

Our peer review white paper, Peer review: a global view, uncovered a significant desire for more training. Over 50% of respondents who have already reviewed papers said that they had never attended a workshop or formal training on peer review but that they would like to. This rises to over 60% among those who have authored… Read more »

ZooBank registration

Taylor & Francis supports the work of ZooBank, the Official Register of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature (ICZN). ZooBank provides an authoritative online, open-access, community-generated registry for zoological nomenclature, as a service to taxonomists, biologists, and the global biodiversity informatics community. If you are authoring a zoological article that includes a nomenclatural act governed… Read more »

Hands up for peer review

We’ve been supporting Sense about Science’s work on peer review for some time, sponsoring their workshops and helping to spread the word about the excellent resources they create for early career researchers on peer review, like their guide on ‘The nuts and bolts of peer review’ which we regularly take along to our author workshops around the world…. Read more »

Understanding CrossMark

At Taylor & Francis, we want to make sure everyone can read your research safe in the knowledge that they are reading the latest, approved version of the article. That’s why we’ve  added the CrossMark logo to the published version of record for all articles published on our journal platform, Taylor & Francis Online. But what… Read more »