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To access your published articles, please go to

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From here, you can send free eprints to your colleagues, look at your usage statistics, and create alerts for your favorite journals.

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Welcome to the Taylor & Francis Author Services site

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Welcome to our site for journal authors. You have come to the right place if you are looking for advice and tips on preparing your article and choosing a journal, or guidance on what happens during production and after publication.


How can we help you?

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Are you looking for information about our open access journals? Find out more about open access news and developments, useful information for authors, and our Open and Open Select publishing models on our open access page.



Instructions for Authors

Are you looking for the Instructions for Authors for a particular journal? If so, please visit Taylor & Francis Online, and then search for the journal you require. Instructions for Authors can be found under the "Authors and submissions" tab on the left-hand navigation.



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Are you looking for information about a manuscript that you have submitted through ScholarOne Manuscripts? If so, please visit this page.



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                    Use CATS for information about the status of your article

Are you looking for information about the status of an article that is already in production? If so, please use our tracking system, CATS.



Are you looking for information about publication charges or fees? If so, please visit Taylor & Francis Online, and then search for the journal you require. Instructions for Authors can be found under the "Authors and submissions" tab, and this will tell you if there are any charges.

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Quick links

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Use our quick "submit an article" link below if you are an author with a paper prepared and you already know which journal you would like to submit to. All aspects of the preparation, submission and production process are covered by the author guides on this site if you need more information.

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Latest news

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Increase the impact of your research. Share your author eprints.

Sharing your author eprints is a quick and easy way to give people free access to your article online. Every author has 50 eprints to share. Find out more about this simple and effective way to increase the impact of your work.

For a novel way to share your eprints, why not tweet about them? See our infographic for more information on how to tweet your research.


Writing for peer-reviewed journals: strategies for getting published

Early-career researchers make sense of peer review

And you can too. Why does peer review matter? Why has it come under fire? And what can be done to support early-career researchers?

Victoria Murphy, Programme Manager at Sense About Science, answers all this and more.


In the headlines

In the headlines

LED lights affect how we see the color white. The research behind this statement has made the news.

Just look at the headlines from Gizmodo, Quartz, and Science Daily below:

Could your article make the news? Contact our newsroom.


Pair your mobile device

Do your research on the move, anywhere, anytime

Did you know you can access content from Taylor & Francis on your mobile device? It’s easy.

Simply pair your mobile device to your institution to access content on or-off campus.

Watch our simple instructions to find out how to pair.


Keep up with open access

Keep up with open access

Struggling to keep up with the latest open-access news? Sign up to the Open Access bulletin and receive it all straight to your inbox. From funding and policy information, to articles and calls for papers. Plus author interviews and tips.


Free access

Free-to-access journal articles


White Paper webinar on social media in the library

One to watch: white paper webinar on social media in the library

Do you want to get more out of your library’s social media accounts? Would you like some new ideas on how to achieve maximum impact from your own social media activity? Then watch Discovering Best Practice, a webinar on the key findings, case studies, and best practice recommendations from the latest Taylor & Francis white paper.


Regional Studies Association journal resources

Regional Studies Association journal resources

Whether you're an author, a researcher, a reader, or all three, the RSA Journal Resources page will keep up to date with the latest news and offers from the Regional Studies Association journals.

Each journal has its own section for you to explore.


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Leadership & Policy in Schools article of the year

Congratulations Robert Mark Silverman for winning the Leadership & Policy in Schools Article of the Year award for 2014. Chosen each year by the editors of the journal, this award is for the article that most reflects the journal’s goals and objectives.

Read this year's winning article, "Urban, Suburban, and Rural School Districts," for free


Oxford Internet Institute Lifetime Achievement Award

Oxford Internet Institute Lifetime Achievement Award

We'd like to extend warm congratulations to Barry Wellman, Editor of Information, Communication & Society, for receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Oxford Internet Institute.

Watch the video interview here.


Oxford Internet Institute Lifetime Achievement Award

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Promote your article

We are committed to promoting and increasing the visibility of your article and would like to work with you to promote your paper to potential readers. Read more about how you can promote your article.

Why not request a free banner for use on your email signature to tell people about your article, or post the banner on your website or blog?

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