Find related research easily on Taylor & Francis Online
Newly enhanced further reading feature inspires research connections for over 4.5 million journal articles
A newly enhanced further reading feature now appears on all journal articles on the journal and article platform, Taylor & Francis Online.
With an ever-growing volume of research available online, manually searching and compiling a list of relevant articles to read can be time-consuming. That’s why we’ve introduced an enhanced ‘Further reading’ feature covering all 4.5 million articles on Taylor & Francis Online, displaying a list of related and recommended content so you can find and browse relevant research easily.
You’ll see the feature on all article pages – as shown in the image above.
Use the tool to find other relevant articles by clicking through the following tabs:
- People also read – articles that readers have also read
- Recommended articles – powered by AI, these recommendations are based on keywords and article content
- Cited by – discover other articles that have referenced and cited the article. This includes articles hosted by other publishers’ platforms.
The enhanced feature will help researchers more easily maintain a sound understanding of their field, spark new ideas, and help position their research within a wider body of literature. For authors, it will help their articles reach the eyes of relevant readers working on similar topics.
Start compiling your ‘must-read’ article list at Taylor & Francis Online.