Taylor & Francis Group has two major content platforms – Taylor & Francis eBooks and Taylor & Francis Online – that are built around the needs of our many varied and valued customers. Our aim is to facilitate discovery and allow our users to access relevant research and information quickly and easily, wherever they are. The latest addition to our online program is CogentOA, a specialist Open Access platform.
In addition we offer a range of subject-specific online encyclopedias and databases, including the Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, South Asia Archive and the IISS Armed Conflict Database.
Our online program is characterized by investment in innovation. We partner with major industry-leading technology providers and innovators with great ideas to ensure we continue to meet readers’ needs.
colwiz is an award-winning digital research services start-up that joined Taylor & Francis in 2017. With a mission to accelerate research globally, colwiz empowers researchers with robust and intuitive reference management tools and enables real-time insights into the research landscape through big data analytics. The company’s new product development plans around wizdom.ai include pioneering solutions using machine learning and artificial intelligence to address some of the most challenging problems in global research, supporting academics, publishers, governments and businesses alike.
We ensure readers can take knowledge on the move with mobile platforms, including Taylor & Francis Online Mobile, which features magazine style tablet view, faceted search and the ability for a reader to connect to their university’s journal subscriptions.
Through our digitization programs, we put important research that has previously only appeared in print at readers’ fingertips. Our journal digitization program has involved making over 13 million pages from 1,200 journals available online. In collaboration with the Institute of Historical Research we have also digitized English Historical Documents Online, the most comprehensive, annotated collection of documents on British (not in reality just English) history ever compiled.