Update your digital library with up to 40% off
Offers end 31st July 2023
We are offering a range of discounts on many of our digital products.
Save 40% on our curated Collections including Borders and Migration, Careers & Professional Development and Democracy and our EBSCO collections. We’re also offering 30% off all perpetual access Digital Products such as Sustainable Development Goals Online and History of Feminism.
40% off all Curated Collections
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Our curated Collections from Taylor & Francis eBooks are now at a 40% markdown off of the list price, making a wealth of knowledge and resources available for any library on almost any budget.
They feature cutting-edge research and invaluable expertise from our international community of scholars and experts. Now featuring 8 brand new collections!
*Discount ends 31st July 2023
30% off perpetual access Digital Products
Taylor & Francis are offering 30% off perpetual access to many of our digital products. Update your digital library with these essential online resources before the offer ends 31st July 2023.
Sustainable Development Goals Online
Taylor & Francis’ Sustainable Development Goals Online (SDGO) is a carefully curated interdisciplinary collection of digital content mapped to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
After a recent content update, we now have nearly 22,000 book chapters, over 2,000 journal articles and 315 teaching and learning resources and all at 30% less than the usual perpetual access price until the end of July.
SDGO also features multi-format teaching and learning resources, such as core essays, videos, presentations, case studies, teaching guides, and lesson plans.
Discover the rest of our perpetual access products
History of Feminism provides a comprehensive global overview of feminism in the long nineteenth century, making it the perfect starting point for researchers and students of women’s history.
With over 2,100 articles written by experts in the field, Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism provides a comprehensive and interdisciplinary view of Modernism.
History of Economic Thought brings together primary and secondary materials, to aid the study of economic thought over the period 1700-1914.
Routledge Historical Resources: Romanticism focuses on British and Irish Romanticism from 1760-1830. It contains an extensive range of primary and secondary resources.
Providing access to over 5,500 primary source documents, English Historical Documents is an essential resource for institutions where British history is taught or researched.
Routledge Handbooks Online is an invaluable educational resource bringing together the world’s leading scholars to provide a cutting-edge overview of classic and current research from Routledge.