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Maney Publishing joins Taylor & Francis Group
Oxford, 22nd June 2015
Taylor & Francis Group has acquired Maney Publishing. Maney's high-quality portfolio consists of scholarly journals in Materials Science and Engineering, the Humanities and Social Sciences, and Health Sciences. Maney's book series will also be joining Taylor & Francis Group.
Taylor & Francis Group is now working to ensure a smooth transition for Maney's books and journals, and will keep all partners and customers fully briefed as plans develop.
Leon Heward-Mills, Global Journals Publishing Director, comments. "We are looking forward to integrating Maney’s journals into the wider Taylor & Francis Group portfolio. Many of Maney's titles are published in partnership with societies, universities, and institutes and we are especially keen to welcome these new partners."
More information about Maney Publishing is available here: http://www.maneyonline.com/
Who’s been talking about your research? Altmetrics come to Taylor & Francis Online
You can now see altmetrics data for every article published on Taylor & Francis Online since January 2012. Tracking traditional and social media, blogs, and online reference managers, the Altmetric score enhances the article metrics currently on Taylor & Francis Online and gives all authors published with us a better understanding of who is engaging with their research.
Find out how you can use article metrics, maximize your Altmetric score, and use the data in funding applications and within your institution. Read more.
What's in the Taylor & Francis Altmetric top 20?
To herald the launch of altmetrics on Taylor & Francis Online, we've gathered together the twenty articles which have the highest Altmetric score(so those which have received the most mentions online, as tracked by Altmetric), from across every journal we publish.
Showcasing a wide range of research from the social sciences, humanities, science, medicine and technology, it makes for fascinating reading. Each article is free to access for the next three months (just click on the article title), and by clicking on the Altmetric score you'll be able to see every mention tracked by Altmetric, so you can understand how and why these research articles have garnered so much attention online.
This is one free-access collection not to miss, so start reading today.
Winning an award for your research: read our winners' stories
Have you ever considered submitting your research to a journal prize? Did you know Taylor & Francis offers a number of awards and prizes for researchers at all stages of their careers, across many of our journals? We've gathered together stories from previous winners, who told us about their experience of entering and how they benefitted from winning.
Enhance your research with this month's free-access articles
This month, we offer a selection of the latest free-access article collections to help you enhance your research, from our ongoing Millennium Development Goals collections covering Primary Education and Gender Equality, to prize-winning articles from Peasant Studies and Oxford Development Studies. You can also read:
Get published this month – read our latest calls for papers
Submitting your paper to a recognized journal is an excellent way to get published. Read on for more information about all the journals that are accepting submissions throughout June.
- Politics, Religion and Ideology explores the politics of illiberal ideologies, both religious and secular.
- Australian Feminist Studies is planning to publish a themed issue focusing on Germaine Greer.
- Australian Feminist Law Journal presents a special issue, focusing on The Abundance of Conflict and the Poverty of Resolution.
Are you looking to get published? Read editor interviews from across our engineering, computer science, and technology journals and get their perspective on what they look for in article submissions.
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.
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