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Taylor & Francis + ReadCube Team up to Enhance Discoverability of T&F Article and Book Collections Across ReadCube Apps!

“We have some very exciting new to share! ReadCube has partnered with Taylor & Francis, one of the world’s leading publishers of scholarly content, to bring their collection of over four million books, journals, and peer-reviewed articles into ReadCube’s discovery tools and Enhanced PDF library. We’ve already done all the heavy lifting so next time you open your library on any of ReadCube’s web, desktop or mobile apps – all existing T&F articles currently in your library will automatically be updated with features like linked inline references, supplements, figure browsers, metrics and more!” (via ReadCube)

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Reimagined, redesigned, responsive: Taylor & Francis Online re-launches

“Launching today: Taylor & Francis Online , the home of over 2,400 online journals across Science, Technology, Medicine, Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, relaunches on August 9th with a brand new design, a clean, uncluttered interface and an improved user experience.The redesign is built on extensive feedback and analytics data, putting the needs of key users at the heart of every design decision. So whether you are looking to submit a paper, to find and read an article, check article metrics, or share something interesting you’ve found, it’s now easier and quicker than ever before to find what you need.” (via Cision)

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Over 14,700 authors respond to Taylor & Francis open access survey

“In response to the seismic shift in the publishing landscape brought on by open access (OA), Taylor & Francis has asked its author community for its views and behaviour related to the subject. The company received 14,769 responses, with the feedback helping publishers to understand authors’ needs and inform the development of its policies, both in terms of OA, and more widely. (via Research Information)

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