Promoting and developing an Open Research future for learned societies
Openly and transparently publish all types of research outputs and maximize the value and reach of your society's research.
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Learn more about F1000Research, share your thoughts on the future of scholarly communication, and help shape our offering to learned societies
As part of an ongoing commitment to Open Research, Taylor & Francis are constantly looking to evolve their offering to you, their society partners, and to their researchers.
Taylor and Francis acquired F1000Research at the start of 2020, opening up opportunities for society partners, associations and membership bodies to create their own custom branded Open Research publishing hub, showcasing the wide variety of research associated with their organization.
We would like to invite you to take part in a round-table discussion session to learn more about F1000Research, as well as to share your thoughts and experiences on the changing scholarly communication environment, including a direction of travel towards more Open Research. We would be interested in hearing what challenges you are facing and what you would like to see for your society and membership base in future.
The sessions will take place in 1-hour informal meetings, via Microsoft Teams. You will have the opportunity to learn more about the opportunities offered by F1000Research, as well as a space to have an open conversation with your peers and with your publishers. Please use this form to pick a time that suits you.
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F1000Research is a fully open access publishing platform, offering rapid publication of articles and other research outputs without editorial bias. All articles benefit from transparent post-publication peer review, and editorial guidance on making source data openly available.
A wide range of different peer-reviewed article types are supported including software tool articles, registered reports, data notes, and more. Organizations that partner with F1000Research can also publish non-peer-reviewed content including slides, posters, and documents, offering a holistic view of your research output.
Partnering with F1000Research enables you to:
Demonstrate innovation and support Open Research
Showcase open research practices across your society with a dedicated, personalized and branded space for your members.
Recognize the full range of research undertaken by your members
F1000Research publishes a wide range of peer-reviewed articles, ensuring the visibility of non-traditional research types and offering appropriate credit to the researchers involved in doing this work. Research article types include software tools, case studies, data notes, registered reports, opinion articles and more.
Maximize the discoverability and impact of non-peer-reviewed research
Publish and cite slides, posters and documents including technical guides, policy documents, meeting reports. Ideal for maximizing the reach of conference and meeting output.
Showcase all the work linked to your Society in one place
With a fully branded hub including many different types of research and links out to your publishing housed elsewhere e.g. journals, books, white papers, and data.
Comply with funder mandates
F1000Research offers a new, fully Open Access and Plan S compliant publication venue, and goes beyond to offer FAIR data sharing for all publications. Everything published with F1000Research is default CC-BY and Gold or Diamond open access depending on your agreement with us.
Understand the impact of the research your members publish
F1000Research provides comprehensive metadata to support accessibility and reporting, including article-based metrics looking at citations, downloads, shares and media mentions.
Retain publishing revenue while offering an open access model
F1000Research can offer societies a revenue share model whereby you can retain publishing as a revenue source while also offering your members an open research offering.
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The University of Tsukuba has announced that it has signed a contract with F1000 Research Ltd to develop the first open research publishing gateway that will enable researchers to publish in either English or Japanese.
Not only will the publishing gateway make it simple for authors affiliated with the University of Tsukuba to publish any research or data they wish to share rapidly, openly and transparently, but it will also enable those studying the humanities and social sciences to choose whether to publish in English or in Japanese.
F1000 Research Ltd wins European Commission contract to set up an open access publishing platform
F1000 Research Ltd is delighted to announce that it has been awarded the contract to set up and manage an open access publishing platform for the European Commission as a service for Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe beneficiaries. The platform is planned for launch in early 2021.