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Discoverability

Taylor & Francis is dedicated to making the research we publish as widely discoverable as possible and accessible to all users.

We recognize that the way research is being conducted and consumed is constantly changing. From quick briefings to analyzing open data, users want to be able to access the information they need, in the way they want to use it, seamlessly and instantaneously. We are continually investing in technology to meet these ever-evolving needs and to find new ways of increasing the discoverability of research for a broader audience.

In order to facilitate researchers finding the right research relevant to their work when they need it, this growing body of knowledge must be catalogued and tagged appropriately to feed the systems used by the research community across the globe and within different disciplines.

At Taylor & Francis every piece of content we publish is expertly enhanced to ensure that the right research gets to the right people at the right time, delivering a seamless experience within their online environment of choice.

It is vital that we design our web experience to enable people with disabilities to access our content on an equal basis, making it accessible to all users.

We do this through:

  • Following world-leading standards and continuously applying those to our workflows
  • Partnering with leading technology organizations and bodies

to ultimately ensure published research is disseminated across the globe, feeding discoveries, answering questions, and addressing the challenges we face right now and into the future. Use our visual below to learn more.

Get Full Text Research (GetFTR) is a new, free to use solution that enables faster access for researchers to the published journal articles they need.

Working on- and off-campus and built on trusted technology, GetFTR is now inviting providers of online research services and publishers to be part of its development.

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