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A guide to becoming a peer reviewer

At Taylor & Francis, we understand the importance of an effective peer review when authors choose to submit their research. We work to establish and sustain peer review integrity on every journal. A vital part of this means ensuring that reviewers have the right resources to carry out their work efficiently and effectively.

The review process varies from journal to journal, but this guide gives an overview of what’s involved in becoming a reviewer with a Taylor & Francis journal.

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Understanding research metrics

Research metrics are the fundamental tools used across the publishing industry to measure performance, both at journal- and author-level. But what do they all mean? How is each metric calculated? Which metrics are the most relevant to your journal? And how can you use these tools to monitor your journal’s performance?

In this introduction to research metrics, we take an in-depth look at what’s in the ‘basket of metrics’ and how to identify the right metrics for your journal.

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