Resources to support your Taylor & Francis open access agreement
Congratulations! You’ve signed an agreement to promote open access publishing at your institution. What happens next?
We want to make sure your institution gets the most from its open access publishing agreement. The workflow for you and your researchers also needs to be as smooth as possible. That’s why we’ve put together the following resources to support our partnership.
Accessing your Research Dashboard
The Taylor & Francis Research Dashboard lets you quickly and easily manage your open access publishing agreement, whether it’s a prepayment membership or a transformative deal. When your new agreement is live you will receive an email from us with instructions on how to set up your account. We’ll also let you know when we make improvements to the dashboard and how it will affect you.
If you would like to add new users to your Research Dashboard account, please email us at [email protected].
The latest user guides for the Taylor & Francis Research Dashboard are available below.
Let your library users know about your open access agreement
It can be challenging for authors to find out if their article is covered by an open access publishing agreement. To help, each of our open access journals agreements has a dedicated page on Taylor & Francis Online. Here, you will find all the information your authors need to find out if they are eligible.
We have a range of resources to help you promote your agreement across email, social media, and on your library website.
Guidance for authors on open access and open research
Our Author Services website contains the latest news on open research for researchers. Authors can also explore the benefits of publishing open acesss (OA) and get tips on maximizing impact. Once they’ve chosen open access, Author Services guides them through all the stages of the publishing process.
Throughout the year we organize interactive virtual training sessions. These include dedicated events on peer review, ethics, open research, and how to get published. If you are interested in sharing these events with your library users, please contact us at [email protected] for details of upcoming events.
Open Research Insights
All the latest updates, insights, and information to help your institution choose open research – direct to your inbox each month.
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