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Are you an editor of a journal? We publish with leading societies across the spectrum of educational research. As thought leaders and disseminators of high quality research, we provide flexible yet robust support in editorial, marketing and production functions. Our Education team is highly dedicated to providing the very best in client care for your journal. Whether you want to access an international market, or take a more strategic approach, we will work together to meet your needs.
Hear from some of our partners in the community:
Without doubt the greatest strength is in the editorial management. I have dealt with several publishers and it is has been a common frustration to write, phone, e-mail and have no reply…this makes all the difference in the world, having a sense there is a personal connection with the publisher.
Prof. Michael Moore, Editor, American Journal of Distance Education, USA
Routledge have been the publishing partner of our internationally peer- reviewed journal, Physical Education & Sport Pedagogy (PESP) for the last 10 years. The relationship has always been highly professional and supportive but at the same time, (a) personable touch and with excellent “customer care”.
John Matthews, Ex-Membership Secretary, Association for Physical Education, UK
Communication back and forth between the Journal editors and T and F staff has been timely and helpful. They are always professional, responsive, and responsible. It shows in the quality of the Journal.
Profs. Susan Benner and Amos Hatch, Co-editors, Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, USA
Without doubt, Taylor and Francis are one of the best journal publishers in the field. They are highly supportive of the journals they publish, are receptive to suggestions. They are particularly keen to find ways of adding value to a particular journal, perhaps through the publication of additional and supplementary issues, or through special web-based activities and promotions.
Professor Peter Aggleton, National Centre in HIV Social research, Australia
T&F are very positive and responsive to any suggestions put forward by the Society and proactive in offering valuable advice. The relationship between the Society and T&F is a very productive and positive one. They are experienced in working effectively with learned Societies and understanding and responsive to the particular needs of these types of organizations.
Helen Perkins, Director, Society for Research into Higher Education, UK
Our agreement allows both the Society’s members and the Journal’s readers to benefit from access to Routledge’s excellent range of products and services.
Professor Jon Davsion, Chair of the Society for Educational Studies, UK