Taylor & Francis Online is relaunching with a new design, fully responsive interface and significant functional improvements for researchers, readers and learned societies.
For researchers: intuitive and readable article layout puts the content at the centre, organises figures & data, references, citations and article statistics into easily accessible tabs, and highlights access options and the article PDF.
For authors: Easy manuscript submission, clear information and instructions designed to meet the needs of anyone looking to publish their research.
Enhanced discoverability with multi-faceted search makes finding articles and journals simpler and faster, with options to filter by subject, publication date and access options.
Other benefits include:
- Menus that stay in place as you scroll make it easy for readers to move around and access the key sections and tools wherever they are on the page.
- Prominent journal branding makes it easy for readers to identify and access key journals and find related and key content in our easy to read new “card” design.
- Improved video display provides more impact for video abstracts and video content.
- Clear access indicators allow Librarians and library users to easily see what they can access with coloured icons clearly displayed as corner tabs at all levels.
If you need any further assistance, please have a look at the Video Walkthroughs.
All users with a valid library card of the National Library, University, LIST or LIH have remote access to all Social Science and Humanities Journals on the Taylor and Francis platform.
So don’t wait, go to http://a-z.lu/BIBNET:Databases:BNL_MLBNL03619 and check out the new design!