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5 reasons to sign up to Taylor & Francis Insights

Keeping up with the latest news from the research community can be hard. Submissions deadlines, papers to mark, conferences to attend – it’s easy to push it all to one side.

That’s why we’ve introduced Insights: a weekly round-up of the latest news, stories and tips. From reviewer guidelines to making an impact through social media, we’ve got it covered. Delivered straight to your inbox, make sure you never miss out.

Need more convincing? Here are 5 reasons why you should sign up to Insights:

  1. Develop your career. Be alerted to opportunities and resources that can really boost your career, like our podcast series focused on career development, our popular getting published workshops for first-time authors, and our handy reviewer guidelines offering a step-by-step guide to writing a review.
  2. Be inspired. Look beyond citations to  see the potential your research could have outside academia. We read about one journal’s adventures into twitter, and how one editorial sparked debate that influenced scientific practice (and was also one of the most-discussed journal articles of 2016, featuring in the Altmetric top 100.)
  3. Master your role. From optimizing citations to developing your journal and tweeting your research to using an online submission system, hear the latest tips to support you whatever hat you have on – whether you’re an author, editor, reviewer or reader (or just curious!)
  4. Connect with the research community, hearing insights from researchers at all stages, finding out what it’s like to be a journal editor or 16 things you might not know about early career researchers.
  5. Keep up to date. Be alerted to essential news, like the Higher Education Funding Council for England’s (HEFCE) Open Access policy, or why it’s so important to Think and Check before you Submit.

Register today