Steps to publication
Discover how to get your paper published, from choosing the right journal and understanding what a peer reviewed article is, to responding to reviewers and navigating the production process.
Choosing a journal
Choosing a journal for your research can seem daunting, but it doesn’t need to be.
Writing your paper
Publishing the results of your research is a critical part of your academic career.
Making your submission
Once you’ve chosen the right journal for your research and written your paper.
The peer review process starts once you have submitted your paper to a journal.
Once your article has been accepted for publication, the next step is production.
You may think that getting your paper published is the final step in the process, but there is more to be done.
At Taylor & Francis we believe open research is the best way to increase the reach and impact of knowledge that can improve lives.
Choose open access when publishing your research
Read your research without barriers, and give other researchers greater opportunity to build upon your work.
Choosing Open Data
From the range of different options for sharing research data, an increasing number of researchers are choosing to make their data open.
Open access cost finder
Open access agreements
Research impact is an important topic in the research world. Use this guide to understand what impact means for you and your work, how to measure it, and how to increase it.
Sharing versions of journal articles
How to write an academic blog post
Blogs can be a great way for academic authors to reach audiences they might not otherwise have access to.
Creating a video abstract for your research
A video abstract lets you introduce readers to your article in your own words, telling others why they should read your research.
Understanding our data sharing policies
Are there data associated with the article you’re submitting to a Taylor & Francis journal? Over 2,000 Taylor & Francis journals have policies which state how these data should be shared.
Defining authorship in your research paper
Authorship gives credit and implies accountability for published work, so there are academic, social and financial implications.
What is conflict of interest?
Taylor & Francis Editorial Policies
Where a journal is owned by and published on behalf of a learned society or association, you should refer to any additional requirements set out by that journal.
Share upon reasonable request data sharing policy
Many Taylor & Francis journals have policies on data sharing which state how data associated with your article should be shared.
Basic data sharing policy
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