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Services & support

Tools to manage your Taylor & Francis content

The account management tools on each of our online platforms give you control over your Taylor & Francis journal content, eBooks, digital resources, and open access membership. Download COUNTER-compliant usage reports; tailor your authentication, co-branding, or linking options; find out how to manage MARC records and get up-to-date KBART files for your titles; track open access journal articles and payments; and much more.

Promotional material to support the librarian

With so much content available, it can be difficult for your users to identify the resources they can access.  We’ve developed a range of promotional materials designed to raise awareness of the content available to end-users in your library.  From posters and postcards to web banners and videos, you’ll find something to help spread the word about the journals, books, digital products and open access options available at your institution.

Support for libraries and researchers in the developing world

Taylor & Francis, a founder member of Publishers for Development, is committed to the widest possible distribution of its journals to the research community in developing countries. Through agreements with worldwide organizations, libraries in the developing world can provide access to vital research material at greatly reduced or no cost. Taylor & Francis also offers a range of resources to support authors from around the world in getting published. We also make available waivers and discounts for Open Access for eligible authors.

Get published

Looking for information on how to get published? Taylor & Francis Author Services guides you through the scholarly publishing process, so you can help your researchers get published, or find out how to share your own research and initatives in one of our library and information science journals.

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