Taylor & Francis Online

Databases

 

Via this site, you have access to more than 1,340 peer reviewed e-journals published by Taylor & Francis, Routledge and Psychology Press. This multidisciplinary collection of journals covers all academic disciplines with the exception of pharmaceutical, life science and clinical e-journals which are hosted by ‘Informa Healthcare’.

The new platform of the Taylor & Francis Group replaces the Informaworld platform. Via this new site, you have access to more than 1,340 peer reviewed e-journals published by Taylor & Francis, Routledge and Psychology Press. This multidisciplinary collection of journals covers all academic disciplines with the exception of pharmaceutical, life science and clinical e-journals which are hosted by ‘Informa Healthcare’. Backsets from before 1997, e-books and reference works are not included in the license agreement.

Browse options give quick access to journals by ‘name (A-Z)’ or on ‘Subject’. A simple search box on the top is available for quick searches (journals and/or articles). The ‘Advanced Search’ option allows searching the platform in greater depth with filter options e.g.: the option to find only the content you have access to according to your license, or: making restrictions on publication date. Advanced search also enables you to use multiple search boxes for multiple search terms and specify where you want to look for each term (searching the full text, article title, journal name, author name, keywords). The use of Boolean operators (= AND, OR, NOT) is supported. Citation searches and save search options are available as well in the Advanced search form.

Graphical abstracts and first page previews help you quickly understand the relevance of an article. The platform has been made accessible for mobile devices (apps for iPhone, Android, and Blackberry). Personal registration is free of charge and enables you to sign in with your personal account in order to take advantage of personalized features, e.g.: creating alerts by email or via RSS feeds, creating short lists of favorites journals and articles and save them as bookmarks for future visits. Social media (share, link, or: recommend to a friend) are supported.

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