ABOUT THE E-RESOURCE
The Taylor & Francis Online Journal Library brings together online journal content from three of the world's leading publishers: Taylor & Francis, Routledge, and Psychology Press.
It offers full text access to the complete portfolio of over 1,700 journals covering a wide range of subject areas – from the social sciences and humanities to science and technology. Over 950 titles have been listed in the Thomson Reuters’ Citation Indexes/Web of Science in 2013 and 80 titles have been ranked in the top ten of their subject category.
150 new titles were added for 2016, including journals from Bloomsbury, Hart and Maney Publishing that were taken over by Taylor & Francis.
Anthropology and Archaeology, behavioural science, business, management and economics, chemistry, criminology and law, education, engineering, computing and technology, environment and agriculture, geography, planning, urban and environment, mathematics and statistics, media, cultural and communication studies, physics, politics, international relations and area studies, public health and social care, sociology, sport, leisure and tourism and strategic, defence and security studies.
- Brand the website and maintain your university’s identity across all downloaded articles by inserting your library’s logo
- Add link resolvers
- Provide quick and convenient access to content with your choice of authentication: IP, Proxy Server, Shibboleth
- Reduce pressure on storage space
- Create marked lists – build and share online resources with students
- Manage your subscriptions – monitor your collection at a glance by choosing to view the subscriptions you manage
- Keep your library systems up to date – download your subscription lists with open URLs and access start and end dates
- 100 new journals for 2015
- A mobile interface is also available
- Easy‐to-use platform, including mobile interface
- Simple and advanced search facilities
- Choice of document delivery – download articles in pdf or html format
- Alerting services – keep up‐to‐date with your area of interest with a variety of alerts including: New Issue Alerts, Publication Alerts, Citation Alerts, iFirst Alerts, Search Alerts and RSS feeds
- Speed of publication – iFirst service delivers current research quickly by shortening the submission to online publication process
- Follow references using CrossRef’s active linking
- Select, save and view favourite resources by adding them to a marked list