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Open Access

14th May 2021
Society for Scholarly Publishing Conference 2021
Leah Chaise Associate Marketing Manager
Taylor & Francis is pleased to announce our virtual attendance at the 2021 Society for Scholarly Publishing Conference. The conference will be entirely online this year, so be sure to stop by our virtual booth! 4 Reasons to Stop by our Open Access Books booth: Learn about our Open Ac...
7th May 2021
Open Access Books and Technology
Open Access and Technology Taylor & Francis has been publishing Open Access books since 2013. We have over 800 pieces of Open Access book content available through our Taylor & Francis eBooks platform.  Technology is an important aspect to keep in mind when creating Open Acc...
22nd April 2021
Taylor & Francis Announces Gold Sponsorship with the Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB)
                                   Taylor & Francis is pleased to announce that we have become a Gold Sponsor of the Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB),  DOAB is a community-driven discovery service that indexes and provides access to scholarly, peer-reviewed open access...
15th April 2021
Open Access Licensing
It is important for librarians to know how copyright affects the library. Librarians provide materials and need to know the user’s rights and the creator’s rights. Librarians are leaders who maintain a balance between copyright holders and their users. Librarians advocate users'...
31st March 2021
Kyoto University Open Access Books & Chapters
We are proud to work with Kyoto University on signing an Open Access deal. Open access means rapid publication, with increased visibility and discoverability. This research is available to anyone to read for free, around the world.  All titles have been written by researchers from Kyoto University ...
27th February 2021
Open Access Books 5 Step Process
Taylor & Francis Open Access Books 5 Step Process Like our traditional publishing, the Open Access book proposal will be evaluated initially by the subject editor then peer-reviewed by respected academic specialists who provide independent advice on the content, quality, and potential market ...
25th February 2021
Benefits of Open Access Books
Open Access Books are beneficial when producing the book and reading the book content. View and download the infographic to learn about the benefits of Open Access Books...
27th January 2021
Routledge African Studies and Routledge Gender Studies Open Access Collections
What is Knowledge Unlatched?  Knowledge Unlatched was established in 2012. Knowledge Unlatched (KU) offers free access to scholarly content for every reader across the world. Their online platform provides libraries worldwide with a central place to support Open Access models from leading pub...
3rd November 2020
Publishing Open Access Books: Funding
Fill out the form for more Open Access information! When your researchers are looking to publish an open access book or chapter, they will usually be required to pay a book publishing charge (BPC). There are many funding options available to help them cover these fees, our team are here to ...
3rd November 2020
Open Access Books Membership Programme
Taylor & Francis are expanding their open access (OA) membership programme and are delighted to announce that memberships will now be applicable to open access books. What are open access books? OA books are single- or co-authored books, edited collections and conference proceedings published ...
27th October 2020
Discover the University of Helsinki Open Access Books Collection
University of Helsinki have converted 37 academic titles to open access with Taylor & Francis. By converting these recently published works to open access, researchers worldwide have the ability to read and build on the work opened. In 6 months from April – September 2020 the books that wer...

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