At Taylor & Francis, our In-House Peer Review (IHPR) team support journals through the peer review process, setting up and supervising individual journal Editorial Offices and using CrossRef Similarity Check software. But what does that involve, especially when working across some 300+ journals that reach across all disciplines? Lucy Francis, Editorial Office Team Leader,… Read more »
Submitting to a journal using an online submission system can seem like a daunting task. However, a little preparation goes a long way and our top 5 tips for using online submissions systems will help to ensure that your paper makes its way through peer review as swiftly as possible. 1) Have you checked the… Read more »
At Taylor & Francis many of our journals use ScholarOne Manuscripts for online submission and manuscript tracking. You can check which system is used by the journal you are sending your manuscript to by going to the journal’s Instructions for Authors.
Use our sample cover letter if you need a guide.
Use our checklist to make sure you’ve included everything.
What authorship and affiliation means.
Use our guide if your paper contains mathematical elements.
The essentials to remember when you’re writing a paper for one of our journals.
A conflict of interest can occur when you (or your employer or sponsor) have a financial, commercial, legal, or professional relationship with other organizations that could influence your research.