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Welcome to the Taylor & Francis Author Services site
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?
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.
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.
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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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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Get clearer guidance on copyright on our updated resource page. Discover useful definitions and links, learn about the types of licenses Taylor & Francis offers, and find out how you can share your work with copyright and you.
Get your research noticed with video abstracts
Video abstracts are a great way to get your research noticed.
Take for example, the video abstract in the journal Road Materials and Pavement Design for the article Development of an accelerated pavement test reproducing the effect of natural ageing on skid resistance by Dr. M. Kane et al.
Taylor & Francis and Cogent OA encourage video abstract submissions and are dedicated to making the process as simple as possible. Watch the videos from Cogent OA to find out more.
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Learn what journal editors at Taylor & Francis wish they'd known before they became a journal editor with the "What I wish I'd known when I first started editing a journal" blog series. Read the latest instalment and find out how Anna T. Cianciolo, Editor of Teaching & Learning in Medicine, manages to balance journal management and leadership.
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Opportunities to submit your research
- Does your research relate to the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014? Submit your paper to the Journal of Sports Sciences, Science and Medicine in Football.
- European Sport Management Quarterly seeks papers for a special issue on information, knowledge creation and innovation management in sport.
- International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice welcomes article submissions and proposals for new special issues
- Science Activities has extended its call for papers for its upcoming special issue on integrating science and literacy to meet curriculum standards.
- There’s also a general call for papers from Studies in Conflict & Terrorism. Read the journal’s instructions for authors to find out more.
New study says bullying in schools can be reduced if peer bystanders are made aware of their influence: "changing bystander responses to bullying is a fruitful way to reduce bullying and victimization." Read the full research today.
Does your article have press potential? Contact our newsroom.
Free journal article collections
- Researching aphasia and language disorders?
Explore a range of research from post-stroke aphasia, dyslexia, and therapeutic techniques for free in the journal article collection Neurological Disorders: Aphasia and Language Disorders.
- Interested in teacher education? Looking for a journal that speaks to those interests?
Discover the core themes explored in Action in Teacher Education for free in the Editor’s Choice Collection.
To celebrate the laureates’ great achievements in chemistry, we’re offering free access to a collection of journal articles co-authored by the laureates, as well as free access to a collection of articles that have been directly influenced by their work.
Sport in History announced its Best Paper Award last month. The prize is for best journal article in 2013.
Congratulations go to Ben Anderson for his winning article,
Partnership or co-operation? Family, politics and strenuousness in the pre-First World War Co-operative Holidays Association.
This article is free to read along with nominated and previous award winning papers.
Leading criminology author, Dr. Alex Piquero, won the 2014 Regents' Outstanding Teaching Award.
"The research side of scholarship should feed into the teaching side," says Dr. Piquero, who regularly publishes articles in Justice Quarterly.
Find out more about this prestigious prize.
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