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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.
There are a number of great open access offers for you in the run-up to Open Access Week 2014, from zero APCs and APC discounts, to the chance to win one of five APC credits.
It doesn’t matter which field you’re in, supplemental materials can enhance your article’s discoverability and increase the impact of your research. Discover how easy it is to include supplemental material and find out how we’ll preserve, host and highlight it for you with Datacite and Figshare.
Unsure how supplemental material can aid discoverability? Take a look at our infographic.
Win an APC waiver on any Open or Open Select journal. All you have to do is delve into the data behind our #oasurvey2014 on Figshare and tell us what you discover. Simply tweet your entry @TandFOpen or send it to email@example.com.
Animal shelter workers may knowingly misidentify pit bull terriers to promote adoption and/or prevent euthanasia in areas operating under breed-specific legislation, according to new open access research from the Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science
Does your article have press potential? Contact our newsroom.
Do you know about open access policies in your country?
As part of the 2014 Open Access Survey, we asked researchers what they understand and think about open-access policies in their respective countries. Discover U.K.- and U.S.-based researcher views on Research Councils UK (RCUK) open access policy, and U.S. public-access policy under the Consolidated Appropriations Act.
Looking for opportunities to submit your research?
- Journal of Bisexuality is accepting manuscripts on a wide variety of topics, from bisexual history to the bisexual movement.
- The Journal of Psychology welcomes surveys of important research issues for a special review issue.
- Open Review of Educational Research, a new open-access journal, is seeking papers from multidisciplinary perspectives on openness in education and research.
Do you know any early-career researchers? Are you one yourself? The Journal of Liquid Chromatography and Related Technologies is inviting submissions for a new special issue, dedicated to showcasing short communications by doctoral students working toward completion of their thesis or dissertation.
Free journal article collections
Discover this month's free journal article collections which cover an array of themes across multiple subjects, from education to business, religion to psychology.
Plus, there's a special celebratory collection of journal articles on Gandhi Jayanti. It would have been his birthday this month.
- Celebrate Gandhi Jayanti with Taylor & Francis
- Education in Extreme Poverty, Conflict and Disaster
- Human Trafficking Article Collection
- International Business
- Makerspaces and 3-D Printing: The Evolution of Libraries
- Neurological Disorders: Aphasia and Language Disorders
- Religion and Spirituality in the LGBT Community
#Getpublished with our author workshops in Australia
Join Joshua Pitt for Publishing in academic journals: tips to help you succeed, an author workshop being held at Macquarie University on November 19, and at TASA Conference on November 24.
Stay ahead of the curve: join our roundtable discussions in India
If you're in Delhi or Kolkata this November, why not sign up to attend the forthcoming roundtables?
Get together with editors, societies, and academics to discuss the latest developments in international academic journals publishing.
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