How you can join the Jisc and Taylor & Francis agreement
How could it benefit you?
How could this agreement benefit your institution?
Your library users would have full reading access to Taylor & Francis journal content based on current holdings
Your (UK) authors would have the opportunity to publish open access at no cost to them
Your authors can publish OA up to an agreed cap, on a first come, first served basis…
…in approx. 2,300 Taylor & Francis and Routledge Open Select (hybrid) titles
You would have access to fully integrated library and author OA infrastructure to monitor your college or institution’s OA output simply and effectively
If you are a current Taylor & Francis subscriptions customer, you can acquire the full journal collection in your preferred subject area when joining this agreement at a special discounted price
Your budget will stretch further, allowing your library users full access to journal collections for less
If you are not a current Taylor & Francis subscriptions customer, you can talk to us about joining this agreement, or how we can work with you to maximise your budget and access to content
Jisc and Taylor & Francis
This partnership recognises the goals of research funders and Jisc to transform access to UK research output so that the impact derived from research can be increased. It provides participating Jisc members with an OA allowance that covers 100% of the current levels of UK research Taylor & Francis Group has been publishing on a subscription basis. To explore our journals content, please visit our website.
How you can join the agreement | Get your free quote!
Simply add your details to the form and we will get in touch with you about how this agreement could work for your institution and library users. We will also be happy to give you a free quote.
How this agreement could benefit your researchers
As the largest humanities and social sciences (HSS) publisher, publishing 9% of all UK research, this agreement is particularly important as a route to OA for HSS researchers who do not regularly benefit from the same levels of funding as their peers in the science, technology and medicine (STM) disciplines. Browse information about this agreement in the video or infographic and get in touch with us if you have any questions.