Taylor & Francis eBooks










Taylor & Francis offers over 20,000 eBook titles in the humanities, social sciences, behavioural sciences, STM and law from some of the world's leading imprints.

Taylor & Francis eBooks are available in eFocus, eCollections, eBest-seller, subscription packages, or on a Pick & Mix basis.

eFocus Packages:
eFocus Packages include cutting-edge eBook subscription packages for libraries. All eFocus packages feature a specially selected collection of titles, adopt a multi-disciplinary approach, and include contributions from renowned authorities.

Existing collections incude Development Studies, China, The Environment, Gender, Globalization, Human Rights, Islam, Korea, Medieval Studies, Routledge/ECPR Studies in European Political Science, Social and Cultural Theory.

Six new brand new additions:

Ethics
The Internet, Culture and Society
Postcolonialism
Race and Ethnicity
Sexuality Studies
Urban Studies

eCollections Packages:
30 key eCollections are now available providing a comprehensive range of titles in each subject area, enhancing the user-experience of any library.

eBest-seller Packages:
Taylor & Francis eBest-seller Packages offer the best selling print titles in eBook format. There are 12 packages, covering a range of subjects, each containing 100 of libraries' favourite titles from Taylor & Francis, Routledge and Psychology Press.

Pick & Mix:
If none of the packages suit your instiution's needs, you can tailor-make your own annual subscription from across T&F's full range of over 22,000 eBooks. Simply submit your order of a minimum selection of 50 titles.

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Taylor & Francis eBooks are available for both subscription and perpetual access models. LYRASIS members may subscribe at any time.




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