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Do I need permission even if I have redrawn figures?

Redrawn versions of copyrighted illustrative material fall within the scope of “derivative copyright”. You should check who owns the copyright for the original figure, and request permission to reuse the material. You may need to submit your own redrawn figure...

What type of permission do I need to seek?

Whether you are publishing your article on an OA basis or not, you will need to seek permission to reuse any content in which copyright is owned by a third party (the “rightsholder”) in your article. General guidance is provided...

Winner’s story: Fred Stielow

Ultimately, the APUS model proffers reinvention of the virtual academic library. Precedence is given to tailored curricular services for individual departments and to librarians over collections. With it too, the Routledge Award engages in the evolution from distance into a...

Sharing your work

If you are publishing in a Taylor & Francis or Routledge journal, there are many ways you can share your work with your colleagues and peers. Read on to find out more.

Author Rights Pilot

Authors publishing in our Library and Information Science and Archives and Heritage journals are exempt from any embargo on the Accepted Manuscript (AM) version of their article. Post your AM to subject or institutional repositories, or your personal or departmental...