Build a library fit for the future
Information, support and insights from Taylor & Francis and the library community to help you develop your collections, engage your users, enhance your institution’s scholarly communications and navigate the changing library and information landscape.
Discover our world-leading portfolio of books, journals and digital resources, with a range of options to suit every library.
Explore tools and resources to help you manage your account, facilitate access, promote your content and get published.
Keep on top of news and views from your community with our blog, white papers, LIS books and journals and newsletter.
With most of the world’s researchers and students currently working off campus, it’s especially important that they have easy remote access to all the content available through their library. Read our guides to the range of authentication options available for Taylor & Francis eBooks and Taylor & Francis Online, including IP addresses, proxy servers, SAML solutions, and Google CASA.
Find out about a new remote access development enabling users to use their institution’s holdings through their individual Taylor & Francis Online account.
Looking for a clear guide to share with researchers who need help writing their paper?
Our helpful step-by-step guide takes you through the standard sections that many researchers need to include when writing a manuscript.
Taylor & Francis eBooks is a single destination platform with a vast collection of eBooks in science, technology, engineering, medicine, humanities and social science. Within Taylor & Francis eBooks are the netBASE featured collections, thematic collections of humanities and social science titles, and general academic collections.
This platform offers robust search functionality, several filtering options, and enhanced reporting making it easier to access, use, and maintain access to Taylor & Francis eBooks.
In these extraordinary times, we want to support both the drive for research into COVID-19 and all our partners across the world as they face disruption in both their professional and personal lives. This includes the global library community and you, in your role as a librarian.