Taylor & Francis Group partners with Editage to offer enhanced editing services
From today, researchers who need editing and translation support will benefit from expanded services on Taylor & Francis website, tandfeditingservices.com.
The new partnership between Taylor & Francis and global scholarly communications company Editage will see a host of improvements to the service, including rapid technical review and plagiarism checks.
The refreshed website offers researchers around the world a more localized service, with users now able to make payments in their home currency, saving unnecessary bank charges for conversion into US Dollars.
Collectively, these tailored services will provide researchers – especially those in South America and Asia-Pacific, who do not speak English as a first language – with a smooth journey to publication, making the process of preparing and submitting a manuscript even easier.
It is hoped that the expanded services will encourage more researchers from these regions to submit, bringing greater diversity to the global scholarly community.
These latest enhancements bring improvements to the existing platform, which offers English language editing, translation, manuscript formatting, and figure and artwork preparation.
Stewart Gardiner, Global Production Director, Journals at Taylor & Francis, said: “There were two things that really impressed us about Editage’s approach to services for journal authors: the first was how well they understood the needs of researchers right throughout the article development lifecycle; the second was the presence they have developed in emerging markets, and especially Asia, where demand for scientific publishing support services is expanding rapidly”.
Editage co-founder and CEO, Abhishek Goel commented: “Editage is proud to partner with Taylor & Francis Group to improve the author experience for those who can benefit from editing and translation services. We can now offer an expanded set of services and solutions online, not only to the global researcher community, but also to key publishing markets like China, Japan, South Korea, and Latin America. We look forward to helping researchers who publish with Taylor & Francis to achieve their career goals.”