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.
Making your submission
Use our sample cover letter if you need a guide.
Are you submitting your paper to a Taylor & Francis journal, and is there a data set associated with your work? From 2018, Taylor & Francis will be introducing new policies on data sharing. The basic data sharing policy, which applies across many of our journals, encourages authors to deposit data in a suitable repository,… Read more »
A huge number of research articles are published every year, so ensuring that others can find your work is essential. There are things you can do to make your work more discoverable.
What’s an ORCiD? An ORCiD (note the iD in there) is a digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher, no matter how common your name is. It ensures you and your research activities can be easily identified, meaning you get the credit for all the work you do. Plus it’s free and takes just 30… Read more »
Use our checklist to make sure you’ve included everything.