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Guide to becoming a peer reviewer

Why should you become a peer reviewer – and how does it work?

Our guide tells you all you need to know, including how to write a review report and ethical guidelines.

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Taylor & Francis/Routledge Journal Editor Code of Conduct

The Editor of a journal plays a vital role in advancing knowledge within fields of research. To support this role, our Code of Conduct sets out the minimum standards for all Taylor & Francis/Routledge Editors who have responsibility for decisions on journal content to help ensure our journals publish quality, trustworthy content.

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We're extending our article transfers service

A manuscript may flow through multiple rounds of review at a number of journals before it is published. We’re extending our article transfers service to help authors find the right home for their submitted manuscripts, and to reduce effort and time expended by reviewers and editors.

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Working together to advance accessibility

The Museum Education Roundtable (MER) and Taylor & Francis work together to make our organizations, products, and services more accessible for people with disabilities.

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