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Research communication and impact

7th October 2019
Support your researchers with new learning programs
Caitlin Sheeder-Borrelli Library Marketing Associate
We all know that a library’s impact reaches far beyond the shelves. An academic library is much more than housing for books and sleep-deprived students. It provides a space for academics to find support for their research and empowers them by connecting them with the information they need, when th...
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...
7th March 2018
Research4Life’s GOALI programme launched
Laura Montgomery Communications Manager, Taylor & Francis
Researchers, law students, policymakers, judges and legal experts in low- and middle-income countries can now get free or low-cost online access to legal information, including leading research from Routledge Law, through the GOALI programme. What is GOALI? GOALI (Global Online Access to Legal...
27th February 2018
The Research Support Ambassador programme at Cambridge University
Laura Montgomery Communications Manager, Taylor & Francis
The days of a librarian sitting comfortably behind a desk providing access to knowledge are behind us. Although librarians still provide access to books and journals researchers need for their work, many are now also responsible for: helping researchers to navigate their complete research journ...
27th February 2018
Advocating for change in the developing world: winners’ stories
Laura Montgomery Communications Manager, Taylor & Francis
Taylor & Francis is committed to a number of developing world initiatives, as part of our mission to support libraries and researchers across the globe in making real change to their own communities and the wider world through the access to evidence-based research. In 2016, our partners at Re...
27th February 2018
10 skills librarians need for the future
Laura Montgomery Communications Manager, Taylor & Francis
To keep up with the pace of change in the academic library, the traditional skillset of the librarian is expanding. In her article, "Identifying and exploring future trends impacting on academic libraries" published in New Review of Academic Librarianship, Roisin Gwyer used journal content analysis,...
5th January 2018
Insights into INASP
Laura Montgomery Communications Manager, Taylor & Francis
As a founder member of Publishers for Development, Taylor & Francis Group is committed to ensuring the widest possible distribution of its journals to the research community in developing countries. One of the key development initiatives we support is the International Network for the Availabil...
4th July 2017
White paper: peer review – a global view
Content & Communications Team Taylor & Francis
Within the academic community, peer review is widely recognized as being at the heart of scholarly research. However, faith in peer review’s integrity is of ongoing and increasing concern to many. It is imperative that publishers and academic editors of peer-reviewed scholarly research, as well as...
16th January 2017
The importance of supporting research outputs at South Asian University
Content & Communications Team Taylor & Francis
South Asian University in New Delhi was established by eight countries of South Asia that were called the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation. Continuing our Library Voices series on the impact of digital change around the world, in this short film librarian Abdullah Al–Modabber talks...

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