Taylor and Francis
The University of Wolverhampton library has taken a new deal with Taylor and Francis which will increase the number of journal titles and publishing options available to students and staff.
The new deal offers the chance for University of Wolverhampton researchers to publish open access articles in Open Select titles at no cost to the author, while funds last. To be eligible, the corresponding author must be affiliated to the university, the article must be original research (other article types like editorials or book reviews are not covered by the deal) and must have been accepted for publication after 1 January 2023. This joins our six existing read and publish deals. Find more details on our Gold Open Access webpage.
The new deal also includes access to Social Sciences & Humanities Library. This allows full text access to their world leading portfolio of over 1400 titles across a broad range of disciplines. When using Library Search you now have an additional 1 Million plus high quality peer reviewed articles increasing your availability to relevant and credible resources to support your academic output.
How do I access all this content?
What subjects are covered?
You can find journals across a broad range for subject areas including,
- Arts & Humanities
- Business, Management & Economics
- Criminology & Law
- Geography, Planning, Urban & Environment
- Media, Cultural & Communication Studies
- Social Care
- Politics, International Relations & Area Studies
- Sport, Leisure & Tourism
What titles are in this collection?
There are over 1400 titles in this collection, here are just a few you may find useful.
- Aging & Mental Health
- Economic Geography
- Economic Systems Research
- Educational Psychologist
- Health Psychology Review
- Information Communication & Society
- International Journal of Electronic Commerce
- Journal of Advertising
- Journal of Mental Health
- Journal of Peasant Studies
- Justice Quarterly
- Media Psychology
- Psychological Inquiry
- Work and Stress
Where do I go if I need help?
If you want to know more about this collection or want help using ejournals simply contact the library - Contact Us - University of Wolverhampton (wlv.ac.uk)
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