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Managing the library

20th June 2019
Understanding research metrics
Elaine Devine Associate Director, Content & Communications, Taylor & Francis
What’s a journal Impact Factor? What’s a researcher’s h-index? What’s an Altmetric score and how is it calculated? How should I use this to assess a journal or to advise colleagues on the right journal to publish in? Research metrics are a thorny and constantly evolving area, and...
17th June 2019
Discover Librarian Insights from UKSG19
Elaine Roberts Marketing Manager - Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)
At this year’s UKSG conference, Taylor & Francis spoke with librarians about some of the big topics being discussed in the library community. We received some great insights from librarians at different career stages and with varied responsibilities, and a few key themes emerged. These incl...
13th June 2019
Take a Sad Song and Make it Better: Evidence-Based Acquisitions for E-Books
Leah Chaise Associate Marketing Manager- Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)
At the 2019 Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, Taylor & Francis presented a joint session with Western University. The premise of the session was to hear how library-vendor relations are built on a foundation of trust that can be mutually beneficial to both stakeholders.     ...
13th June 2019
What Students and Faculty Need in a Research Database
Rebecca Bentes Associate Marketing Manager- Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)
Taylor & Francis recently attended an ACRL-Choice webinar on what students and faculty need in a research database. We are pleased to provide you a summary of the session, highlighting the most important key takeaways.  In a survey sponsored by ProQuest, 1,353 faculty and students as we...
13th June 2019
Insights from Selected Sessions, a Roundtable Event, and Librarian Interviews at UKSG19
Leonie Heath Associate Marketing Manager- Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)
At the recent UKSG19 conference, Taylor & Francis attended several sessions, hosted their own roundtable event, and recorded interviews with librarians on some of the big topics being discussed in the library community.   Scroll down to discover the key themes that emerged from sel...
13th June 2019
The Library’s Future: A Look at How Librarians and Publishers Are Preparing for Tomorrow
Chelsea Kaiser Associate Marketing Manager- Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)
Taylor & Francis works diligently to deliver timely solutions to our library customers. One of the ways we’ve stepped up our game in providing better solutions is by better understanding the challenges libraries are facing in a time where the industry is rapidly advancing in technology, educat...
29th April 2019
The story behind the picture: Gladstone’s Library, North Wales
Ruby Glasspool Communications Manager, Taylor & Francis
With the way knowledge is acquired and produced ever changing, and the role of the librarian evolving, libraries are under increasing pressure to rethink their use of space on campus. In this series of images and blog posts, we will showcase how libraries are transforming their spaces and services t...
11th April 2019
Resources for Librarians Recommendation Generator
Amy Guest Associate Marketing Manager - Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)
 Taylor & Francis is excited to be able to offer free resources to help you discover and engage with topics across professional and academic communities. With insights from expert authors and leading industry voices, we have a range of topical explorations, shareable snapshots, and cutting...
28th March 2019
What is the main discoverability challenge you would like to overcome in your library?
Leonie Heath Marketing Assistant - Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)
In 2018 Taylor & Francis set out to find the biggest discoverability challenges faced by librarians. We visited an array of conferences and libraries around the world and asked librarians to take part in a poll, voting for the biggest discoverability challenge they would like to overcome. Ove...
28th February 2019
Let’s Discuss Empathy
Leah Chaise Associate Marketing Manager- Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)
Podcast Series: Discussing Empathy This four part podcast series is based on the Choice Outstanding Academic Title "The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Empathy." Listen as Dr. Randolph Cornelius, professor of psychological science at Vassar College, interviews Dr. Heidi Maibom, professor of p...
18th February 2019
In the Library Series
Amy Guest Associate Marketing Manager - Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)
In the Library is a series of free resources that has been specifically created for librarians in order to help them discover and engage with current key areas of interest, including: social media, metadata practices, user experience, digital ethnography, and digital resources. To download the se...
5th February 2019
Celebrating 10 years of Routledge Revivals
Leonie Heath Marketing Assistant - Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)
This year we are delighted to celebrate 10 years of the Routledge Revivals programme and have created a special video to take you through the journey of a Revivals book. Routledge Revivals is an exciting programme whereby previously out-of-print titles by some of the world’s most eminent academ...

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