Taylor & Francis publish high quality open access (OA) research across all disciplines. Publishing OA in a Taylor & Francis or Routledge journal means researchers benefit from rigorous peer review, rapid online publication and Creative Commons licensing options. Authors have the choice of publishing in one of our fully OA journals, in one of over 2,300 hybrid OA titles, or with Cogent OA – our dedicated open access imprint.Find out more
Taylor & Francis offers a number of personalized solutions for organizations to support their researchers in publishing open access. These memberships are designed to put the librarian in control, allowing you to grow and monitor your open access publishing in line with your institutional requirements.Find out more
For institutions with a green open access mandate, the Research Dashboard Membership provides an essential tool for librarians to track research and populate repositories. The Research Dashboard allows you to access metadata for each article accepted into a Taylor & Francis journal via an online application. You’ll also receive a number of APC-free gold OA article credits.Find out more
Routledge Books Open Access is a new initiative that allows authors and their funders to publish open access (OA) research monographs. Upon publication, Routledge open access titles will immediately be made available to access and download freely under a CC-BY-NC-ND license.
Key Features of Routledge open access: